Your Career: Energy & Environmental Policy

The Fletcher School offers a rigorous, yet flexible curriculum to let you tailor your graduate education to the international career of your choice. The following Fletcher courses can help you launch or advance a career in the energy and environmental sector.

Explore Courses in Energy & Environmental Policy

Actors in Global Governance

Agriculture and Rural Development in Developing Countries

Analytic Frameworks for International Public Policy Decisions

Clean Energy Technologies and Policy

Climate Change and Clean Energy Policy

Corporate Governance in International Business and Finance

Corporate Management of Environmental Issues

Daily Risks and Crisis Events

Decision Making and Public Policy

Development Economics: Macroeconomic Perspective

Development Economics: Micro Perspective

Elements of International Environmental Policy

Environmental Economics

Field Studies in Global Consulting

GIS for International Applications

Innovation for Sustainable Prosperity

International Business Strategy and Operations

International Environmental Law

International Environmental Negotiations

International Legal Aspects of Globalization

International NGOs: Ethics and Management Practice

Legal and Institutional Aspects of International Trade

Petroleum in the Global Economy

International Environmental Law

Strategic Management in Privatizing and Deregulating Industries

Sustainable Development Diplomacy

Water Diplomacy III

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The World Bank

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