MS in Energy Policy and Climate Open House (DC)
Join us to meet the Associate Director of the Energy Policy and Climate Program, Dr. Wil Burns, to learn more about the program, and enjoy refreshments.
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|Host(s):||Johns Hopkins University|
|Starts On:||06 Mar 2012 06:30 PM ET|
|Ends On:||06 Mar 2012 07:30 PM ET|
|Location:||Washington, DC Center|
1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036
Join us and learn about the Johns Hopkins University MS in Energy Policy and Climate at the Tuesday, March 6th information session.
In a carbon-constrained environment, there is a need for people knowledgeable about energy systems, carbon management, and climate change science and policies. The Johns Hopkins MS in Energy Policy and Climate program will help address this need.
We offer classes in the evenings so students do not need to break stride in their professional careers; some courses are offered online and on Saturday. You can apply year round through our convenient online application process.
During the information session you will have the opportunity to learn about the program, meet current faculty, submit your application, and enjoy refreshments..
Classes are offered in the evening and weekends at our Washington, DC Center.
Metro and Parking information:
The Johns Hopkins University Washington Center is conveniently located a block away from the DuPont Circle Metro stop and reduced rate parking is available at Central Parking on 1800 Massachusetts Ave NW located at the corner of Massachusetts Ave. NW and and 18th St. NW at the rate of $5.00 after 4:30pm.
Red Line metro to Dupont Circle.
Exit on south metro exit and walk east on Massachusetts Avenue for one
and a half blocks.
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