MIPA and EAP Certificate
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International Public Affairs and Certificate in Energy Analysis Policy
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Two-year course plan option
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Courses
First Year FallCredits CoursesFirst year Spring CreditsCoursesFirst year Summer
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PA 800Professional Development Workshop (CORE)1PA 850International Governance (CORE)3PA 827
Administrative Internship 1-3 credits
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PA 809Introduction to Energy Analysis and Policy (Required)3PA 854
Macroeconomic Policy and International Financial Regulation (CORE, Choose PA 854 or 856)
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PA 818Introduction to Statistical Methods for Public Policy Analysis (CORE)3PA 866Global Environmental Governance-Meets Energy Policy Requirement3
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PA 880Microeconomic Policy Analysis (CORE)3PA 873Introduction to Policy Analysis (CORE)3
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Total: 12
Year 1 Total
22-28
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Second year Fall CoursesSecond Year Spring
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PA 856Trade, Competition, and Governance in a Global Economy (CORE)3PA 810Energy Analysis Capstone Seminar (Required)*3
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PA 881Cost-Benefit Analysis-Meets Energy Economics and Business Requirement3PA 860Workshop in International Public Affairs (CORE)*3
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ESEnergy Technology Course (from the list below)3Elective3
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ESEnvironmental Studies Course (from the list below)3
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Total: 12Total: 9 Year total21
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2-year total
42+
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Students can take up to 15 credits a semester but are advised to take 9-13 a semester.
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MIPA graduation minimum requirement is 42 credits. Dual and double degree students requirements vary based on program.
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This course plan is intended to serve as a resource for students to ensure they complete all program requirements but is not the only path that students can take. For specific advising questions contact Mo O'Connor at mcoconnor@lafollette.wisc.edu
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*A maximum of 3 credits can be accrued for internship via multiple internships or one worth 3 credits
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For an up to date list of electives, visit the site below.
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https://www.lafollette.wisc.edu/students/advising
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Students may take 810 to satisfy 860. Contact Mo O'Connor with questions.
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EAP Requirements
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Students must complete 6 courses for a total of 18 credits
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Required Courses: PA 809-Introduction to Energy analysis and Policy and PA 810-Energy Analysis Capstone Seminar
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Must take one class in the following 4 categories: 1) Energy Technology 2) Energy Economics and Business 3) Energy Policy 4) Environmental Studies
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See link for courses that meet category requirements: https://www.nelson.wisc.edu/graduate/energy-analysis-policy/curriculum.php
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