Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Energy and Policy

To achieve the goal of reliable and sustainable energy, we need to educate engineers in basics of energy with emphasis on renewable energy, sustainable practices in manufacturing that are informed by new technology, and impact of energy usage on society, economy and the environment.  The goal of the Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Energy and Policy is to give students a broad view of energy engineering, energy economics and policy, and sustainability.  The certificate is a stand-alone certificate open to both degree seeking and non-degree seeking students.

Requirements

As of this edition of the catalog, the program and the courses in the program are still being built and not yet ready for students.

Below is a partial list of future requirements, once program is finalized
Required Course
MAE 7355Industrial Energy Analysis 3
Electives:
PUB_AF 8177Energy Economics3
PUB_AF 8178Sustainable Energy Policy3
Total Credits12

Federal Gainful Employment disclosure information for this Graduate Certificate is available at https://gradstudies.missouri.edu/fged/30.3301-Gedt-Sustainable_Energy.html.

Contact for additional information:
Dr. Sanjeev Khanna
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
573-884-9109
khannas@missouri.edu