Intersolar - University of Denver's University College to Exhibit at Intersolar Conference

Environmental Policy and Management Program to be Featured

DENVER, July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- University College, the college of professional and continuing studies at the University of Denver (DU), will be featuring its Environmental Policy and Management master's degrees and certificates at the upcoming Intersolar North American Conference and Exhibition this July.


Now in its third year as an exhibitor at Intersolar, University College will again attend the conference to showcase the MS in Environmental Policy and Management. Delegates who are new to the energy industry, as well as those with more established careers, can learn how to further develop their skills in concentrations like Energy and Sustainability, Environmental Health and Safety, Environmental Analytics and Reporting, Environmental Management, Environmental Policy, or Natural Resource Management.

Academic Director John Hill and Enrollment Counselor Vanessa Neal will be on hand to help show potential students how they can balance their busy work and personal schedules with in-depth and up-to-date environmental classes that are offered entirely online or on campus in the evenings. For those conference attendees who have not yet completed their bachelor's degree, University College staff will also have information on how they can finish their undergraduate education with a major in Environmental Studies.

Regardless of their present career or education status, all attendees will enjoy experimenting with University College's unique Degree Builder tool, which allows them to customize their future degree to enhance their environmental policy knowledge and develop essential skills such as decision-making, leadership, and critical thinking for the evolving workplace.

University College, the college of professional and continuing studies at the University of Denver, offers cutting-edge master's degrees, graduate certificates, and bachelor's completion online and evenings to meet the needs of busy adults. With flexible, fully accredited programs, University College combines high-quality, career-focused content with effective instruction and a flexible format. To learn more about University College's customized degree programs, visit universitycollege.du.edu.

The Intersolar Conference and Exhibition will be held at the InterContinental Hotel in San Francisco from July 11-14, 2016. The event annually attracts some 1,600 attendees who engage in discussions and trainings on the latest trends in solar power, all while networking with industry leaders and other environmental professionals. For further information about the conference, see intersolar.us.

Founded in 1864, the University of Denver is committed to engaging with students in advancing scholarly inquiry, cultivating critical and creative thought, and generating knowledge. For additional information, visit the University's Media Relations website, or follow the University on Facebook and Twitter.

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