Certificate in Sustainable Energy Systems
Students seeking this certificate must be admitted to the university, or in a nondegree status. All university policies relative to admission apply. Students pursuing an undergraduate certificate must file a plan of study for the certificate program with the undergraduate coordinator before half of the required hours are completed. Students may apply certificate coursework toward a degree program.
The certificate requires the completion of 16 credit hours from a selected list of courses. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.000 must be maintained for all courses comprising the certificate program and no grades below C. All courses with an AC or ENGT prefix also require that any prerequisite course is passed with a C or better grade.
|Environmental Engineering Technology
|Energy Management and Sustainability
|Renewable Energy Engineering
|Energy, Resources and Environment
|Circuits Technology with Lab
and Circuits Technology Lab
|Total Credit Hours
Students completing the certificate program receive an appropriately-worded certificate from the university and a notation is made on the student's transcript when the certificate has been awarded.