Aug 14, 2020
IEM 489 - Integrated Energy Management Capstone
Capstone course designed to assess student’s mastering of fundamental knowledge of energy management through a submission of a portfolio of work collected throughout the program. Exploration of future opportunities and exit interview with program director. Grade will be S or U.
Prerequisite: admitted to integrated energy management major with senior standing.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Illustrate through familiarity with the discipline’s vocabulary, concepts and themes, and the complexity of energy systems, energy resources, and political-economic processes.
- Define and discuss historical and contemporary energy problems, policies, and processes in the field.
- Identify the patterns created through the interactions between human processes and energy systems (i.e. production, distribution, petrochemical transformations, and consumption) and the manner in which political and economic processes shape nature and society.
- Analyze the value of an interdisciplinary approach to analyze the social, political, economic, and environmental implications of energy systems and energy transition in the world.
- Identify professional opportunities and prospects for energy managers.
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