Department of Sustainable Resources Management
Sustainable Energy Management
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The Sustainable Energy Management bachelor program is designed for students with a strong interest in energy use and the associated impacts on our natural environment. Students will learn about the production and conversion of different forms of energy, their current and future supplies, and the markets and policy mechanisms that regulate their supply.
Our courses focus on solving critical challenges.
Combining management skills with an understanding of responsible energy resources use and the development of sustainable sources of energy. Students will learn about the production and conversion of different forms of energy, their current and future supplies, and the markets and policy mechanisms that regulate their supply.
About Our Program
Tackle real energy issues – and help identify solutions.
Students will explore issues such as concerns about the quality and quantity of the different potential resources, energy security, and potential impacts of each on the environment and human health to help identify solutions.
Engage in experiential learning.
Students learn tools to conduct analyses of the financial and environmental impacts of different sources of energy in the classroom and out in the field.
Build your resume with internships.
Gain experience through internships with natural resource-based organizations in the business, public, and nonprofit sectors so that you stand out at graduation.
Gain a global perspective and experience.
Our students have had transformational experiences studying abroad in Australia, Belize, Costa Rica, Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Germany, New Zealand, and Spain.
Sustainable Energy Management Degree Outcomes
A degree in Sustainable Energy Management prepares students with professional skills that employers look for in new employees, including proficiency in written and oral communication; quantitative and qualitative problem-solving; and critical thinking skills.