MA Programs in Energy
Compare Master of Art Degrees in Energy
The term MA stands for Master of Arts. A master’s degree is usually the next level of degree obtained after a bachelor's program has been completed. Master of Arts degrees can center around studies of the humanities.
What is an MA in Energy? This type of degree can involve studies of energy use and the impacts it has on the world. When working for this degree, you may study a wide range of topics that can include climate change, environmental studies, and energy management. A lot of the courses may focus on how energy can be used efficiently, and how dependence on nonrenewable resource use may affect the world in years to come.
The work you do to earn this degree can give you management skills that can apply to almost any career. You can also learn specific technical skills needed for jobs involving energy, and you can have knowledge of specific safety procedures, so you know what to do in an emergency involving energy.
Depending on if you meet all the prerequisites for an MA in Energy, or if you must complete another degree prior to working for it, the cost may be quite different. Costs can also vary from school to school.
With an MA in Energy, you can expect to work with companies that handle and produce energy. You may work as a manager for one of these organizations, or as a researcher. There can be many opportunities available to work in green energy such as wind and solar power. You may study new ways of using these types of energy or work to oversee their use in a company.
Whether you are looking for online courses or want to attend a physical school, there can be many opportunities available. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
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«Sustainable Development and Strategic Management in Energy» Master’s Programme (with the graduates majoring in Management) is run jointly with St Andrews University, one of the oldest and leading British universities that, during its six hundred years long history, has won the reputation of a world-class educational and research centre.