The Master's degree in Environmental, Energy and Transportation Economics (EEET) is co-accredited by the Paris-Saclay University (operating institutions AgroParisTech, INSTN, CentraleSupélec), the Paris Nanterre University , the École des Ponts ParisTech and IFP School in partnership with Mines ParisTech. Four programs are offered: Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Prospective Modelling and Sustainable Food Systems.
The Energy Economics program, which is taught at IFP School and INSTN (Saclay) sites, has a dual purpose:
- research: for students wishing to continue their training with a Ph.D (to later join research centers, international institutions).
- industry: for students who wish to move towards the energy transition professions in economic analysis and quantitative techniques, management methods and financial techniques used in the energy industry and related sectors (banking, insurance, international agencies, etc.).
These four programs can be followed as an apprenticeship course.