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2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog 
2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Energy Studies Minor

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Students interested in investigating energy issues are encouraged to pursue the following interdisciplinary minor which provides:
  1. An introduction to the technical concepts and language relevant to energy.
  2. An investigation of current and projected energy use patterns and their associated environmental conflicts.
  3. A study of the legal, institutional and economic factors that influence energy policy.
The following interdisciplinary minor provides a modest technical background so students may better understand and appreciate energy issues as they are explored from the perspective of various specialists.

With the approval of the director of energy studies, the student will select appropriate electives to meet personal and professional goals.

Required Courses

Select one of the following - Credits: 5

Select 2 credits of Cooperative Education - Credits: 2

Total Credits: 30-32

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