The MSc in Energy Ethics explores how we balance our energy demands with our concerns about anthropogenic climate change. How can we make sense of the complexity of our energy systems and address challenges of energy security and equity? What can we do to create a better energy future for us all?
Priority registration closes on Monday 16 January 2023. Applications are open until 10 August 2023.
The challenge of creating a better energy future for us all is both urgent and complex. The MSc in Energy Ethics has been specifically designed to match and address this complexity. It brings together academic experts from across arts, humanities, social and natural sciences to offer an in-depth, interdisciplinary understanding of global, national and local energy challenges.
Emphasising the development of practical skills, and involving external partners from the realms of policy, industry, and finance, the MSc in Energy Ethics offers more than an academic qualification. It equips students with the knowledge and competencies that will enable them to define and pursue new and diverse career trajectories in the field of energy – both within and outside of academia.