Develop the skills to become a leader in the fast-moving energy field. Our students learn the science, economics, and policy driving the move toward smart, climate-friendly technologies such as renewable energy, green buildings, and electric vehicles.
Electric energy systems are rapidly transforming, making jobs in the energy sector among the fastest growing in the U.S. The MS in Energy Systems Management program will equip students for energy management positions in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to support a low carbon future.
Students will gain a foundational understanding of the technical and policy dynamics that are working to modernize the electricity grid. This includes new policy and program development necessary to integrate distributed energy resources such as energy storage and solar that are not only environmentally friendly but also assets to the grid in providing security and reliability.
Our MA in Urban and Public Affairs program trains students in public policy, urban studies, and grassroots organizing, examining ways policy and community engagement can effect positive change.
Our program combines graduate seminars in urban studies, politics, sociology, and public policy with hands-on experience in community-based research, policy design, policy analysis, advocacy and implementation. Graduates are uniquely equipped to formulate policy and initiatives for more equitable and vibrant urban areas, inspired through thoughtful engagement with the theory and practice of social justice.
Internship - gain hands-on experience in the field and build a network of professional contacts
Career Opportunities - supported by academic and field mentorship, and leadership development
Distinguished Faculty - comprised of both leading academics and accomplished professionals and practitioners in the field
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Our program is uniquely situated at the center of San Francisco Bay Area politics. The Bay Area is well known nationally for pioneering policy measures on environmental issues, gay rights, housing policy, and many other urgent social justice concerns. Students engage in the vibrant living classroom of the region, developing practical research and policy development