B.S., Major in Sustainable Energy Science Requirements: 56-59 credits

Introductory Energy Course2
Contemporary Composition:Energy in Society
Sustainable Energy
Introductory Applied Science/Design Courses4
Minimum 4 credits from the following:
Installation and Maintenance of Photovoltaic Systems
Convection and Passive Solar Energy Systems
Three Dimensional Design
Selected Topics in Physics
Mathematics Foundation Courses3-6
One of the following options:
Option 1:
Modeling the Physical World II
Option 2:
Calculus III
Plus one of the following:
Advanced Differential Equations
Mathematical Concepts In Chemistry
Mathematical Physics
Physics Foundation Course3
General Physics for the Life Sciences II
Advanced General Physics II:Modeling the Physical World
Statistics Course3
Statistics for the Social Sciences
Modeling Electrical Load and Yield
Mathematical Statistics II
Statistical Methods for Public Administration and Policy Analysis
Communication and Organizational Skills Courses
ERG/PHY 591Seminar in Engineering1
And take minimum 3 credits from the following:3
Leadership: Theories, Styles, And Skills
Contemporary Composition:Writing About Energy
Technical And Professional Writing
Qualitative Methods In The Social Sciences
Energy Transfer Course3
Chemical Thermodynamics
Introduction to Energy Transfer
Thermodynamics And Statistical Mechanics
Economic, Political, and Legal Considerations Course3
Legal Environment of Business
Energy Policy
Environmental Economics
Environmental Politics And Policy
Sustainability Courses6
Introduction to Anthropology: Culture, Energy and Sustainability
Environment and Society: Sociological Perspectives
Sustainability and Rural America
Philosophical Ethics: Energy and Environment
Divine Providence, Catholic Social Teaching, & the Problem of Climate Change
Applied Energy Science Experience Course3
Internship
Introduction to Photovoltaic Materials
Nuclear Physics
Analytical Energy Science Experience Courses4
Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
Green and Sustainable Chemistry Laboratory
Introduction to Material Science
Directed Independent Research
Introduction to Solar Energy
High Energy Nuclear Physics
Advanced Laboratory I
Advanced Laboratory II
Advanced Energy Project Courses
ERG 581Energy Innovation Project I3
ERG 582Energy Innovation Project II3
Electives - 12 hours from the following: 112
Computer Applications In Meteorology
Environmental Remote Sensing
Introduction to Physical Meteororology
Computer Methods In Atmospheric Sciences
Operational Prediction Models
Introduction to Solar-Terrestrial Environment
Statistical Applications In The Atmospheric Sciences
Quantitative Methods in the Atmospheric Sciences
Computer Models for Short Term Weather Forecasting
Biochemistry of Metabolism
Fundamentals of Biochemistry
Biochemistry Laboratory
Instrumental Analysis
Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
Statistical Mechanics
Quantum Chemistry
Computational Chemistry
Introduction to Programming
Object-Oriented Programming
Data Structures
Introduction To Computer Organization
Algorithm Design and Analysis
Directed Independent Readings
Directed Independent Study
Grants and Funding for Sustainable Technology
Special Topics in Energy Studies
Management Of Environmental Risk
Environmental Science
Sources and Methods: Fuzzy Math Logic
Sources and Methods: Graph Theory
Sources and Methods: Green Chemistry and Sustainability
Sources and Methods: Modeling Global Issues
Complex Analysis
Advanced Linear Algebra
Advanced Differential Equations
Partial Differential Equations
Mathematical Statistics I
Mathematical Statistics II
Modern Physics
Electronics Laboratory
Physical Optics
Classical Mechanics
Electricity and Magnetism
Electronics for Scentists
Electric Circuits
Quantum Mechanics
Thermodynamics And Statistical Mechanics
Computational Physics
Condensed Matter Physics
Electricity and Magnetism
Analysis Of Variance And Design Of Experiments
Total Credits56-59
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Twelve credits of pre-approved engineering work can be used towards the elective requirement.