Cossack Posted July 26, 2010 Share Posted July 26, 2010 Hi, I'm planning to attend Columbia's SIPA MIA program in a few years (because straight from undergrad they won't take anybody apparently) and have a dilemma about which concentration to take: International Energy Management & Policy or International Security Policy? My undergrad degree was in Pol Sci and History, and I've always been interested in international politics (esp. considering my upbringing abroad), so International Security Policy curriculum looks very familiar. However, I do not want to work for the government or an MIC-type private contractor company, do not want to work in intelligence of any kind, etc. Also, I want to try something new (not dealing with strictly int. politics), so Energy Management sounds interesting. The problem is, I have no knowledge about the energy industry, so would it be smart for me to go for that concentration? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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