Certificate in Sustainable Energy
This certificate program is designed to provide students with a foundation in energy and sustainability and related issues such as renewable power generation, conservation of energy and related resources, energy efficiency, the electric grid, carbon intensity/footprint, life cycle assessment, and energy economics.
Students must be admitted to the Graduate School via one of the programs offered by the College of Engineering or Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
In order to earn this certificate, students must complete one core course with a minimum grade point 3.000 and any three elective courses chosen from the list below with an average GPA of 3.000.
|Energy and Sustainability
|Select three courses from the following
|Engineering for the Environment
|Indoor Air Pollution and Simulation
|Transport in Porous Media
|Solar Energy Materials
|Modeling and Optimization of Building Energy
|Two-Phase Flow Heat Transfer
|Total Credit Hours
In addition to these requirements, students must meet the Graduate School’s requirements in order to earn this certificate.