Master in Energy, Environment and Society - learning outcomes
It is expected that the students after completing the master will have/be able to:
- Knowledge of energy carriers, energy technologies, energy challenges, digitalization and ICT related to energy system integration.
- Advanced knowledge of transition theory and other theoretical perspectives on politics and policy changes.
- Advanced knowledge of national and international energy politics and policy.
- Advanced knowledge of the challenges associated with a low carbon transition, and how this affects both societal structures and individual lives in an intersectional perspective.
- Advanced knowledge of strategies and actions necessary for a low carbon transition.
- Knowledge of the relationships between energy, risk, societal safety and sustainable development.
- Advanced knowledge of the geopolitics and biopolitics of energy and environmental policy.
- Knowledge of energy markets, resource economics and innovation.
- Critically assess different sources of information, and use them to structure and develop an academic argument.
- Apply different theories for analytical purposes.
- Work independently with practical and theoretical problem-solving.
- Conduct an independent research project.
- Apply an advanced understanding of political and policy issues related to sustainable energy politics and policy in practice.
- Critically apply and evaluate relevant literature, theories, policy proposals, and recommendations.
- Apply their knowledge and skills in various energy related fields.
- Communicate research, analysis and conclusions, making effective oral and written presentations.
- Contribute to the strategies and solutions for a sustainable society.
Last updated: 25.09.2018