Environment, Global Economic Policy, Human Rights, and International Energy Concentrations
The environment, global economic policy*, human rights, and international energy concentrations benefit from the richness of the Master programs in which they are based, enabling students to acquire a cross-cutting knowledge of issues while undertaking a complementary field of study in a related master program.
The diversity of courses offered within these concentration programs can be found on the Thematic concentration course offerings.
* Please note that admission to the concentration “Global Economic Policy” is subjected to previous background in Economics. Students registering to this concentration must send appropriate proof of Economics coursework covered and results to the academic advisor Mimi Maung-Trentin