Green – or clean – energy refers to energy generated using renewable sources, such as solar energy, wind, waste and water.
This program focuses on the fundamentals of green energy and illustrates how solar, wind and other clean sources can be efficiently integrated into power systems. Students will be trained in power engineering topics such as power electronic converters, machines, control coupled with modules related to renewable energy sources.
The job market for green energy jobs continues to grow at a pace 12 times as fast as the US economy leaving employers looking to hire appropriately trained workers.
Potential careers in this rapidly evolving area encompass industry sectors ranging from solar, wind and smart grid technologies.
The degree can be specialized using electives and a portfolio assessment of the skills acquired through the degree coursework. Classes will be modestly sized and emphasize best classroom practices while employing online resources to reinforce the classroom experience.
Students will take 10 courses for a total of 30 credits. The program may be completed in one calendar year of study.
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EE 567 POWER ELECTRONICS
EE 570 RENEWABLE DISTRIBUTED GENERATION AND STORAGE
EE 576 HIGH-VOLTAGE ENGINEERING
EE 582 POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING I
EE 583 POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING II
SPECIAL TOPICS: CONTROL AND APPLICATIONS OF POWER ELECTRONICS
EE 505 ELECTRICAL DEVICES I
EE 516 INTRODUCTION TO DSP
EE 519 INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
EE 530 FUNDAMENTALS OF SOLID STATE DEVICES
EE 531 PROBABILITY & STOCHASTIC PROCESSES FOR ENGINEERING
EE 534 PRINCIPLES OF NETWORKING
EE 549 ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUIT LAYOUT
EE 563 SEMI-CONDUCTOR MATERIALS
EE 571 SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
EE 611 SMART GRID: ECONOMICS, POLICY & ENGINEERING ASPECTS