Master of Jurisprudence in Energy Law Program By Tulane University |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 251-300QS Subject Rankings

Program Duration

24 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Law and Legal StudiesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Law and Legal Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Online

Tulane University Law School's online Master of Jurisprudence in Energy Law provides the tactical, practical legal training to support both regulators and regulated professionals in these complex fields, as well as members of advocacy groups and other organizations influencing public policy and its enforcement. Over 30 credits of combined live and asynchronous instruction, students will build a new and vital skill set and knowledge base that will serve them whether they work in an energy-related industry or a regulatory agency. Through in-depth coursework on the legal issues surrounding the development and regulation of fossil fuel, electricity, nuclear and renewable energy sources; climate change; and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, students can build the expertise to adeptly navigate any regulatory challenge humankind might face in some of our planet’s most crucial evolving industries.

Program overview

Main Subject

Law and Legal Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

Online

Tulane University Law School's online Master of Jurisprudence in Energy Law provides the tactical, practical legal training to support both regulators and regulated professionals in these complex fields, as well as members of advocacy groups and other organizations influencing public policy and its enforcement. Over 30 credits of combined live and asynchronous instruction, students will build a new and vital skill set and knowledge base that will serve them whether they work in an energy-related industry or a regulatory agency. Through in-depth coursework on the legal issues surrounding the development and regulation of fossil fuel, electricity, nuclear and renewable energy sources; climate change; and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, students can build the expertise to adeptly navigate any regulatory challenge humankind might face in some of our planet’s most crucial evolving industries.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

90+
2+
Jan-2000

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Founded in 1834 as the Medical College of Louisiana with the goal of combating tropical diseases, Tulane University has long been a hub of innovation and collaboration. As the only private national research university in the Gulf South, Tulane embraces the region’s distinctive culture, creativity and social challenges as inspiration for its research, teaching and public service.  A major research institution, and one of just 62 members of the prestigious Association of American Universities, Tulane operates on multiple campuses and schools, but is also a university with small class sizes and one-on-one mentor relationships between students and faculty. The top researchers, bestselling authors, leading scholars and world-renowned artists who populate its faculty know their students by name. Tulane’s size and structure is critical to its mission — it is small enough to be flexible and responsive and large enough to create a dynamic and diverse community. 


Tulane brings together scholars, scientists and students who are committed to crossing, combining and redefining the boundaries that have separated fields and often thwarted true innovation. This interdisciplinary focus enables Tulane to find real-world solutions to real-world problems, whether in business, engineering, medicine, law, or public health.  Tulane’s mission extends far beyond its campuses, bringing positive change to the community and the world. It is a university on the front lines, addressing global challenges like infectious diseases, coastal erosion and the preservation and promotion of indigenous culture, music, art and language.

In July 2014, President Michael Fitts was named the 15th President of Tulane. President Fitts has ushered in a new era at Tulane focused on creating the most meaningful student experience anywhere and greatly increasing and deepening the university’s level of interdisciplinary teaching and research. His efforts are quickly establishing Tulane as a place where the best minds from the widest array of fields seek solutions to the world's most pressing problems through cross-disciplinary collaboration and innovation.

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