Undergraduate Course Catalog

Energy

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.



MINOR IN ENERGY, 21 hours

PREFIX   NO  SHORT TITLE 

CR HRS 

NREM
 
331
335 
Enrg Min Res
Renew Energy 

3
3

3 hours from
GEOL
NREM
PHYCS
101
101
100
Planet Earth (3)
Env & Socy (3)
Cncept Phycs (3)

3
12 hours from the following groups
with at least one course from each:
Group 1
APHYS

GEOL

NREM

420
422
207
435
241
346
Sol Thrm Sys (3)
Photovoltaic (3)
Envir Geol (3)
Stratigraphy (3)
Air Resource (3)
In Env Qual (3)







Group 2
ITDPT
ITCST
LA
NREM
PLAN


204
252
471
405
431
433
435
Engy Process (3)
Bldg Diag (3)
Sust Land (3)
Int Res Mgt (3)
Transport Pl (3)
Environ Plan (3)
Energy Plan (3)
Group 3
BUSAD
CAP
ECON

NREM


POLS

300
498
311
or
203
402
497
342
347
Env Bsn Ctxt (3)
Special Proj (3)
Environ Econ (3)

Decn Res Mgt (3)
Field Study (1-6)
Spec Studies (1-3)
Publc Policy (3)
Env Law Poly (3)









12


21 hrs

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.