ENPP - Engineering and Public Policy

ENPP610 MEPP Capstone (3 Credits)

MEPP Students, in the last year of their program, will learn case study methods of analysis as they relate to issues of engineering and public policy, through case studies on pressing issues in areas such as environment, national security, biotechnology, energy, infrastructure, development and manufacturing. The course will begin by review of case study methods and analysis. This will be followed by addressing case studies selected by the instructor.

Prerequisite: Permission of ENGR-A. James Clark School of Engineering; and must have completed or be concurrently enrolled in ENCE611.

ENPP611 MEPP Scholarly Practicum (3 Credits)

The scholarly practicum internship for MEPP students is intended to educate students in how engineering and public policy is practised in their MEPP specialization. The internship must last a minimum of 400 hours, and must be completed by the submission and approval of progress and completion reports. By undertaking the internship midway through the student's MEPP studies, the student can make use of MEPP studies completed, and use the experience in selection of subsequent MEPP course to maximize the educational opportunities of the MEPP program.

Restriction: Must have Practicum Proposal approved by MEPP.