Renewable energy production is vital to balancing environmental protection with economic well-being. By learning about and advocating for the use of renewable technologies, you can help move society toward a more sustainable future. You'll take courses from the College of Business, the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
You'll have access to internships with consulting companies and county health departments, as well as in geographic information systems. Possible internship sites include:
You'll have opportunities to conduct research that matches your interests and goals. For example, you can participate in research on lighting systems, variable frequency drives and solar photovoltaic energy resources in the Building Energy Efficiency and Management (BEEAM) laboratory.
You can enrich your study of sustainable energy by studying abroad in Iceland with the GREEN Program. You can also go on outdoor adventures, check out the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Club or join another group, such as:
Our hands-on learning environment will prepare you for a career developing and advancing sustainable energy solutions. Depending on your interests, some jobs you could have include: