About This Minor
The Climate Change and Energy minor at Utah State University's College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, Department of Plants, Soils and Climate, provides students with an understanding of climate change and energy topics, including the science behind climate change, energy production and consumption, and the socioeconomic impacts of climate change.
What You Will Learn
Students will gain knowledge in various aspects of climate change and energy, such as the Earth's climate system, energy production and consumption in the 21st century, challenges in climate change and energy, and the socioeconomic factors related to climate change and energy.
Career And Outcomes
- Climate Change Analyst
- Environmental Policy Specialist
- Energy Consultant
- Sustainability Coordinator
- Renewable Energy Specialist
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