Please review the following information to learn more about the curriculum in energy systems engineering:
Core Curriculum (12 credits)
All students complete a 12-credit core sequence that provides a foundation of knowledge for success in the energy and power industries and identifies challenges facing the U.S. utility infrastructure, its operations, and the mitigation of its environmental impact.
Technical Electives (12-15 credits)
Students acquire a level of specialized knowledge and experience through the completion of four to five technical elective courses, selected from a large pool of designated courses. Electives should reflect the student's career interest. Explore this link to review the available elective.
Industry Projects (3-6 credits)
These projects, a requirement of the program, give students a chance for hands-on, real-world problem solving and on an opportunity to connect with the program's industry sponsors.
The standard program start date begins in the Summer II session (late June or early July) and will end in May. The program start date can be modified if necessary with the approval and discretion of the program Director, Martha Dodge.
Seminars and Field Trips
Seminars and Field Trips provide opportunities for students to learn in different environments and from industry and academic individuals actively involved in the diverse energy field.