Areas of Specialization

For the Graduate Certificate in Energy and Sustainability Engineering in connection with a Master of Science or PhD degree, students must complete at least 6 hours credit from on of the subcategories in the 10 main categories listed below and at least 3 hours credit from a subcategory in a different one of these 10 main categories.

Choose your path.

  • Biomass Energy Resources
  • Chemistry and Chemical and Materials Engineering
  • Electrical Energy Conversion, Transmission, and Distribution
  • Energy Markets, Reliability, Safety, and Security
  • Environmental Engineering for Energy Applications
  • Geologic Energy Resources
  • Nuclear Power Generation
  • Solar Energy and Climate Change
  • Thermal Energy Systems and Combustion Engines
  • Wind Energy