This Master's in Public Administration is designed to build the next generation of climate and energy leaders, preparing them to tackle today's complex challenges.
To find out core information about this degree, such as entry requirements, programme length and cost, visit the UCL prospectus site.
Students undertake modules to the value of 180 credits.
The programme consists of four core modules (105 credits), one optional module (15 credits), an elective module (15 credits), and a major group project module (45 credits) of around 12,000 words.
Candidates undertake three core modules with candidates from sister MPA programmes, and a specialist module focusing on their degree topic.
- Introduction to Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEP0010)
- Analytic Methods for Policy (STEP0020)
- Energy, Technology and Climate Policy (STEP0008)
- Ethics, Institutions and Power (STEP0011)
Candidates select one optional STEaPP module from the following:
- Science Advice for Policy (STEP0003)
- Risk Assessment and Governance (STEP0021)
- Clean Energy and Development (STEP0004)
- Science Funding and Governance (STEP0024)
- Development, Technology and Innovation Policy (STEP0006)
- Urban Innovation and Policy (STEP0009)
- Digital Technologies and Policy (STEP0012)
Candidates will then also select one further 15-credit graduate module which is relevant to their degree of study. This module can be selected from any UCL department.
MPA Group Policy Project
In the group project, candidates work with an external client on a relevant policy challenge. With the support of STEaPP academic staff, the multidisciplinary candidate groups work together to produce an analysis that meets their clients' needs.