The Renewable Energy Graduate Certificate program focuses on the combination of analysis and integration of energy systems engineering technology with key renewable engineering technology including solar and wind generation with environmental protection and manufacturing considerations.
This four-course graduate certificate seeks to provide students opportunities to apply the fundamentals of engineering knowledge and skills to analyze energy systems with a specific focus on renewable energy technologies along with EPA regulatory structure including LEED certification program as well as industrial ecology including life cycle analysis and technical cost modeling.
Note: It may be possible to complete the course requirements for this certificate program entirely online. Note that not all the courses which are listed in the Detailed Certificate Requirements/ Program Requirements section may be completed online. Therefore there may be limitations about what courses online students can take to complete the certificate program.
Currently enrolled graduate engineering students may apply to a graduate certificate program by using our internal application form. All other applicants may use the Apply Now: Graduate Application link to apply.
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Fundamentals of combustion such as burning speed and onset of autoignition measurement and flame stability analysis; development of chemistry reduction such as rate-controlled constrained-equilibrium method; non-equilibrium thermodynamics