The Capstone Assessment is the last step to complete the Sustainable Energy MicroMasters® credential, designed to test knowledge and skills gained in:
Learners who successfully gain a Verified Certificate in all four courses (ENGY0x, ENGY1x, ENGY2x and ENGY3x), and who pass the Capstone Assessment, will be awarded the Sustainable Energy MicroMasters® credential.
Participants who achieve a Sustainable Energy MicroMasters credential and who wish to continue their studies in the on-campus Master of Sustainable Energy at The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, may be eligible to apply for credit.
The Capstone Assessment involves a 30 to 60 minute online interview with Professor Peta Ashworth or delegate at a time to suit while the Capstone is open. The interview will cover the participant's written assignments and content from all four courses.
- The Capstone Assessment will allow you to demonstrate the knowledge and skills that you have acquired during the Sustainable Energy MicroMasters® program.
As a social scientist, Peta is well known for her expertise in the energy field, communication and stakeholder engagement and technology assessment. Peta has been researching public attitudes to climate and energy technologies (wind, CCS, solar PV, geothermal) for the past ten years with a particular focus on CCS. Peta has been Chair of the IEA GHG Social Research Network since its inception in 2009. She has an interest in designing a range of dialogic processes for engaging around complex issues.