ENERGY ECONOMICS, POLICY AND SECURITY

Alp Erinç Yeldan, Ph.D., Director

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Master of Arts in Energy Economics, Policy and Security

Non-thesis master's program on Energy Economics, Policy and Security (EEPS) is an interdisciplinary program that specifically aims to introduce and build the necessary academic infrastructure on issues of energy policy and security that strategically affect Turkey's economy and foreign policy. The program emphasizes both basic conceptual and applied policy-related aspects of global energy markets and identifies the key agents, institutions and powers involved in processes of sustainable and affordable energy and resource management, as well as Turkey's strategic policy choices for satisfaction of its growing energy needs in a potentially conflict-ridden global economy.

Admission: All applicants are required to have a bachelor's degree. Evaluation of applicants is based on their past academic records, statement of purpose, reference letters and an interview. All non-native speakers of English are required to submit a proof of satisfactory knowledge of English.

Degree Requirements: Students are expected to complete six required and four elective courses equivalent to at least 30 credit units of course work. In addition to these courses, the students should also complete a one semester term project under the supervision of a faculty member in the Departments of Economics, International Relations, or Political Science and Public Administration. Expected duration to complete the EEPS study is two semesters


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