Renewable Energy Assessment
The Undergraduate Certificate Renewable Energy Assessment provides students the opportunity to assess and implement renewable energy technologies. The certificate is intended to provide students with the ability to assess facilities and land for renewable energy production. The certificate is achieved by taking 12 credit hours in renewable energy assessment topics. The certificate is designed to provide students on campus and others not enrolled in a degree program at North Carolina State University opportunities to learn basic renewable energy assessment techniques and principles that are useful in emerging careers in renewable energy.
Dr. Elizabeth Nichols
Jordan Hall Addition 2225, Box 8008
A grade of ‘C’ (2.0) or better is required for certificate courses.
- ET 120 Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies and Assessment (3 credits-online)
- ET 262 Renewable Energy Adoption: Barriers and Incentives (3 credits-online)
Elective Courses: Choose 2 (6 credits) from the courses below:
- ET 220 Solar Photovoltaic Energy Assessment (3 credits-online)
ET 240 Wind/Hydro Energy Assessment (3 credits-online)
- ET 255 Assessing Lands for Bioenergy Production (3 credits-online)
- ES 300 Energy and the Environment (3 credits-face to face)
Total Credit Hours Required: 12 hours
Students must have an overall GPA of 2.5 to be accepted to the certificate program in Renewable Energy Assessment.
Plan of Study and Registration Information
Contact the Program Coordinator.
Term Effective: 01/2015
Plan Code: 15REACTU, 32REACTU
CIP Code: 15.0507
Description: Undergraduate Certificate in Renewable Energy Assessment
Offered: Distance Education