The Energy Engineering and Management Graduate Certificate consists of four courses, as listed below:

  • MAE 6262 Energy Systems and Analysis (3 credits), Fall. Analysis of energy resources and conversion devices. Statistical data analysis, forecasting, I/O, and net energy analyses, mathematical modeling.
  • MAE 6263 Advances in Energy Engineering (3 credits) Spring. Review of thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, renewable energy generation and their current status, new energy generation technologies, current and future engine and propulsion technologies, net zero energy buildings/houses
  • EMSE 6285 Analytical Tools for Energy Management (3 credits), Fall.Analytical tools needed to manage energy resources at the facility level. Energy technologies: instrumentation, measurement, and control. Energy auditing; conservation techniques, financial and economic analysis, and maintenance of energy budgets. Focus on areas of environmental and energy management and use of current case studies to develop a framework of understanding to support decisions in a broad variety of management settings.
  • EMSE 6260 Energy Management (3 credits), Spring. Examination of the range of available energy resources, trends in their use, the programs and organizations that have developed and evolved to address problems associated with energy resource use.