Energy and Environmental Management - MEEM
University of Connecticut
Department of Natural Resources and the Environment
- Environmental Law
- Geographic Information System
- Planning and Management
The Master of Energy and Environmental Management (MEEM) is a revolutionary online graduate program that empowers you with the knowledge to produce immediate social benefits through direct real-world action. UConn's energy and environmental management degree takes a holistic approach that combines the knowledge and actions crucial for enabling you to produce tangible social benefits through immediate real-world applications. The MEEM provides an interdisciplinary perspective through courses in environmental law, planning and management, and geographic information systems. The MEEM requires 27 credits of coursework and 3 credits of internship/practicum experience, for a total of 30 credits.
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