|15 May, 2020||Form Submission| Mode: online|
|01 Nov, 2018 - 10 May, 2019||Form Availablity| Mode: online|
- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
M.Sc Climate Science and Policy is full time two-year post-graduate degree course. Climate change is likely to be one of the most challenging issues mankind will face in the 21st century. To involve and educate a larger number of people in this area, and to provide professionals with an improved understanding of the subject, the MSc (Climate Science and Policy) program aims to impart knowledge on mitigation and adaptation strategies. The Programme, offered by the Department of Energy and Environment, intends to create professional capability in assessing and managing the risks posed by climate change and provide a sound base in the scientific arena as well as in the economic dimensions of climate change policy, mitigation, and adaptation strategies. Delivered through a diverse range of courses in the two years of study, the Master’s a degree will also provide a structured route to research and development in the area.
Admission to the M.Sc programmes is made on the basis of an online test and interview conducted by the Deemed University
A Bachelor's degree in Science/Engineering/Economics/ Mathematics/Statistics/Geology /Geography with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 6.75 on a 10 point scale or equivalent, as determined by TERI SAS, wherever letter grades are awarded, or 60% marks in aggregate, wherever marks are awarded. For candidates with bachelor's degree in Humanities (e.g. Economics/Geography), a relaxation of 5%/0.75 Cumulative Grade Point Average could be allowed.