Program Contact: Matt Kropf
This program is designed to give you an introductory-level education of multi-disciplinary engineering skills through physics, calculus, and engineering analysis courses. In addition, during your first two years you'll be introduced to a variety of energy-related industries.
With this combination, you will be encouraged to begin specialization through approved upper-level electives. Specifically, you can focus on energy use in buildings, alternative energy production, petroleum technology, nuclear energy, or energy and the environment. This organization will help you translate to applied skills, making you more marketable in the job market. Finally, in your upper-level course requirement and capstone project, you'll work on sensors and controls.
What can you do with a degree in Energy Science & Technology Suggested 4-year plan of study.
Students are encouraged to begin specialization in a selected area of Energy. Accordingly the degree requires at least 12 credits of approved electives, including 6 upper level credits, in a selected area of concentration, which includes, but is not limited to, petroleum technology, chemistry, biology, and environmental science.
(See General Education Program and General Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree under Academic Policies and Guidelines for further details.)
Dr. Matt Kropf
Director of Energy Institute and Assistant Professor of Energy Science and Technology
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