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Masters of Energy Regulation and Law (MERL) Learning Outcomes
Legal Literacy: Graduates will be able to evaluate energy and environmental law and policy.
Legal Institutions: Graduates will be able to effectively engage the institutions and individuals that influence energy law and policy.
Historical Context: Graduates will be able to apply historical context knowledge to address current issues and trends in energy regulatory policy.
Social, Economic, and Ecological Influences: Graduates will be able to analyze the social, economic, and ecological impacts of energy law and policy.
Problem Solving: Graduates will be able to formulate solutions to energy law and policy issues.
Professionalism: Graduates will be able to work effectively in a professional work environment within and across diverse groups of people with varying backgrounds and perspectives in the energy sector.
Project Management: Graduates, through the exposure to applied writing, integrated project and experiential learning opportunities, will be able to devise and implement solutions to energy law and policy issues.