|Energy Policy Courses|
At Rutgers, courses related to energy policy are offered within both the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. The School of Environmental and Biological Sciences courses are listed here, the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy are listed below:
970:672 ENERGY AND POLICY AND PLANNING SEMINAR (Graduate) Energy policy is gaining increasing recognition as a critical component of state and national public policy. Issues surrounding the reliability and security of energy supplies directly effect national domestic and foreign policy, as well as state level environmental, economic development and land use concerns. Moreover, the policies, strategies, and programs adopted by both the public and private sectors will directly impact upon our lives as professionals, members of a community, and our families. This graduate seminar course will examine energy policy and planning through a timely, critical and practical approach designed to give students an insight into the factors that shape energy policy.
970:571 GREEN BUILDINGS (Graduate Seminar) This graduate seminar focuses on the green building phenomenon. It provides a multidisciplinary, rigorous, and practical introduction to green building. Students will learn about the following: