This interdepartmental minor gives students an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the development, use, and conservation of energy. Students may focus on solar and alternative energy systems, energy policy, economics, or planning. The minor complements majors in planning, business, industrial technology, and the life, physical, and earth sciences.
For further information, contact the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, WQ 110, 765-285-5780, or Center for Energy Research/Education/Service, AB 018, 765-285-1135.
Advisor approval required for topic of CAP 498, NREM 497, or 402 (maximum of 3 hours of credit applicable). Students electing APHYS 420 or NREM 405 are expected to meet the course prerequisites.
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