Start Date and Duration
June 23, 2020
Location and Format
4 courses; summer, fall, winter, and spring quarters, 16 credits total
$1,068-$1,084 per course
Course series begins summer 2020 and ends spring 2021 and will be delivered online.
Summer 2020 course dates/times: Online, Jun. 23-Jul. 31, 2020
Fall 2020 course dates/times: Online, live-stream sessions, Sept. 23-Dec. 11, 2020, Tues. and Thurs., noon-1:50 p.m.
Winter 2021 course dates/times: Online, live-stream sessions, Jan. 5-Mar. 19, 2021, Tues. and Thurs., 3-4:50 p.m.
Spring 2021 course dates/times: Online, live-stream sessions, Mar. 30-Jun. 11, 2021, Tues. and Thurs., 2-3:50 p.m.
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Summer 2020: Energy Policy and Politics (ENRG 350)
Understand the history of energy policy within the US; gain an understanding of the major actors in energy policy; and explore the implications for energy policy from local to global levels. A specific focus will be placed on energy issues as they pertain to the Pacific Northwest.
Fall 2020: Energy Economics (ENRG 384)
Explore the role of energy in the economy and key aspects of energy supply and demand. Topics include the interrelationships among energy use, economic growth, and the environment; conservation; solar and ‘unconventional’ energy sources; world oil markets; regulation of gas and electric utilities; and U.S. energy policy.
Winter 2021: Advanced Energy Policy (ENRG 459)
Explore policy making and policy implementation in the context of energy technologies. Using case studies we will reveal the multidimensionality and tensions implicit in policy debates. Assemble a toolbox that enables us to innovate, assess, and promote policy options. Focus will be placed on policy solutions such as common pool resource management, community-based social marketing, civic dialogue, and analytic-deliberation.
Spring 2021: NW Energy Systems Transitions (ENRG 449)
Discover the technological, policy, and social changes underway to transition from a fossil fuel-based energy system to a low-carbon system, including altering the ways in which we use energy, generate electricity, and fuel transportation systems. Emphasis will be on the Pacific Northwest and Columbia River basin.