ERE is already one of the most popular concentrations at SAIS in Washington, and is an increasingly complex topic in China. By studying ERE at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center, students can examine China’s environmental issues firsthand, while learning skills that can be applied to careers globally.
While only MAIS students formally select a concentration, Certificate students will also have the opportunity to enroll in all available ERE courses. Students attending the HNC for this upcoming academic year will have the option to take a limited number of ERE-related classes, before the new concentration officially launches in fall 2014.
In addition to ERE, there are four other concentrations available at the HNC: International Politics, International Economics, International and Comparative Law, and Chinese Studies.
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