The Master of Climate Change conveners really go above and beyond – not just by helping with coursework, but also by helping you develop your career. Caitlin Sears was working as an exploration geologist with a multinational resources company, but her heart wasn’t in it. She decided that she wanted to make a more positive contribution to the world.
She chose the Master of Climate Change at ANU Crawford School of Public Policy because it touches on all aspects of climate change, but gives students the chance to focus on their areas of interest.
Caitlin is two years into her Master’s and has recently started work with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) as a Knowledge Sharing Researcher.
Caitlin also says she’s received ‘phenomenal’ support from the course convenors, Professor Frank Jotzo from the Crawford School of Public Policy and Prof Jamie Pittock from the Fenner School of Environment and Society.
The Master of Climate Change is jointly facilitated by Crawford School of Public Policy and the Fenner School of Environment & Society and. Learn more about the degree at crawford.anu.edu.au/study