A new interdisciplinary MSc in Energy and Society at Durham University. You can read more about it here.
The world’s energy challenges will not be solved by technology alone. Combining insights from social andtechnological sciences this MSc addresses how we can work together for energy change.
This Masters programme draws on specialist research from the interdisciplinary Durham Energy Institute to give you a better understanding of the global energy challenge. Modules are taught by world-leading researchers in Energy, Anthropology, Engineering, Geography, Humanities, Politics, Law and Business at Durham University.
Working across disciplinary boundaries, you will learn to communicate with all kinds of energy specialists, and address the questions that matter. The Masters has been developed following demand from industry, government, community and NGO partners and will provide you with unique skills to understand, analyse and deliver advanced technical and social solutions.
Duration: 12 months full-time or 24 months part-time
Entrance requirements: We welcome applications from graduates with a good first degree (or equivalent) in a broad range of disciplines, particularly from the social and engineering sciences. For students whose first language is not English, IELTS
7 or equivalent is required.