Integrated Energy Management, BS—Integrated Energy Policy Specialization


About the Integrated Energy Policy Specialization

The future of energy is at the center of a better world, and a degree in Energy Policy puts you at the forefront of this exciting and rapidly evolving field. With a curriculum that combines cutting-edge research, policy analysis, and economic theory, you will learn how to design and implement sustainable, equitable, and efficient energy systems that benefit society and the planet. Graduates of this program are poised to become leaders in the energy sector, working in roles that influence policy, drive innovation, and shape the future of the industry.

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Why Study Integrated Energy Policy at CWU?


Energy Policy can offer you an exciting and dynamic career with the potential to make a real impact on the world.

You'll have access to resources and facilities to support your own research, as well as opportunities to engage with industry professionals, attend conferences and events, and participate in projects with your peers and professors. All of these experiences will prepare you to be a leader in the energy industry and make a meaningful contribution to addressing some of the most pressing challenges facing society today.

“A traditional energy manager would be something like an electrical or systems engineer. We wanted to create something different, geared more toward the working sector and current job market.” Elvin Delgado is a professor in the Integrated Energy Management Program.

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How much does this program cost?

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Where can I find more information?

Please visit the CWU Academic Catalog for current information about admission requirements, course descriptions, learner outcomes, and credit information.



Careers and Opportunities  

Upon graduation, you can work in various fields and play a critical role in shaping energy policy and sustainability initiatives, contributing to a more sustainable, equitable, and cleaner energy future. 

  • Energy Consultant: Provide expert advice and guidance on energy policy and management to clients. 
  • Environmental or Climate Policy Analyst: Analyze and develop policies related to environmental protection, sustainability, climate change, and greenhouse gas emissions 
  • Energy Journalist: Report on energy policy, energy markets, and sustainability issues for media organizations.

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