2020-21 University Catalog 
    
    Oct 24, 2021  
2020-21 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Renewable Energy Engineering, MS


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Degree Requirements

The Master of Science in Renewable Energy Engineering is a rigorous curriculum that requires 54 credit hours and approximately two years to complete.

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Curriculum


Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

First Year


Fall


Total: 9 Credit Hours

Winter


Total: 9 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 9 Credit Hours

Second Year


Fall


  • REE 599 Graduate Research or Project 3
  • REE 5yy REE Specialization Sequence Y: Course 1 of 3 Credit Hours: 3
     
  • REE 5zz REE Specialization Sequence Z: Course 1 of 3 Credit Hours: 3
    or
  • Elective Credit Hours: 3
Total: 9 Credit Hours

Winter


  • REE 599 Graduate Research or Project 3
  • REE 5yy REE Specialization Sequence Y: Course 2 of 3 Credit Hours: 3
     
  • REE 5zz REE Specialization Sequence Z: Course 2 of 3 Credit Hours: 3
    or
  • Elective Credit Hours: 3
Total: 9 Credit Hours

Spring


  • REE 599 Graduate Research or Project 3
  • REE 5yy REE Specialization Sequence Y: Course 3 of 3 Credit Hours: 3
     
  • REE 5zz REE Specialization Sequence Z: Course 3 of 3 Credit Hours: 3
    or
  • Elective Credit Hours: 3
Total: 9 Credit Hours

Total for a M.S. in Renewable Energy Engineering: 54 Credit Hours


Renewable Energy Specialization Sequences


Students must complete REE specialization sequences from the list below. One sequence constitutes three courses under the titles below. Other sequences may be used to satisfy this requirement with advisor and department chair approval.  Not all sequences are offered every year. Some sequences are campus specific.

Advanced Energy Storage


Electrochemical Systems


Energy Efficient Building Systems


Fuel Cell Systems


Hydro Power Systems and Integration


Photovoltaic Systems and Processes


Wind Power Systems and Integration


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