Energy Engineering - Certificate

The mission of the Energy Engineering Certificate program is to prepare graduates of the College of Engineering to face world energy supply and demand challenges, and to be effective in ensuring a sustainable energy future.  To earn the Energy Engineering Certificate, a student must complete a minimum of 13 semester credit hours which includes one required course and three additional courses to be selected from a specified list.  An overall GPA of 3.0 must be achieved to be awarded the certificate.  Completion of the certificate will be recorded on the student’s University transcript.

For additional information, contact the Energy Engineering Certificate coordinator.

Select one of the following:4
Energy: Resources, Utilization and Importance to Society
Introduction to Petroleum Engineering
and Introduction to Human Geography
Select three of the following:9
Energy and Sustainable Architecture
Process Safety Engineering
Power System Fault Analysis and Protection
Power System Operation and Control
Building Energy Management Systems
Internal Combustion Engines
Principles of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
Principles of Building Energy Analysis
Special Topics in...
Petroleum Project Evaluation
Total Semester Credit Hours13