About the Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies – Energy Concentration
Program Coordinator: William R. Keffer, Janet Scivally and David Copeland Endowed Professor of Energy Law, Director of Energy Law Programs, Assistant Director of Bar Preparation Resources, Texas Tech University School of Law
The M.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies is offering a concentration in Energy as a means to prepare students for entry and/or advancement in energy-related careers. Programs are individually tailored to fit the students’ goals through the selection of three areas of study as part of a 30 credit hour program. Students will complete a portfolio as their final comprehensive component of their program to illustrate their understanding of and ability to integrate the three areas of study.
Students will select three of the following four areas of study and complete the courses listed within the selected areas (Nine hours * 3 areas = 27 SCH).
LAW 5309 - Introduction to U.S. Energy Law and Policy 3 Semester Credit Hours
LAW 5327 - Introduction to Environmental Law 3 Semester Credit Hours
LAW 5311 - Introduction to Oil & Gas Law 3 Semester Credit Hours
LAW 5356 - Introduction to Wind Law 3 Semester Credit Hours
Final Comprehensive Experience: Students will enroll in IS 6350 and complete a portfolio as their final comprehensive component of their program to illustrate their understanding of and ability to integrate the three chosen areas of study.