Energy/Environment/Economics (Minor)

Armour College of Engineering offers the Minor in Energy/Environment/Economics for students to examine foundational coursework that connects the environment, energy, and natural resources. Students will be exposed to a comprehensive approach to the resolution of resource, technical, economic, strategic, environmental, and socio- and geopolitical problems of the energy industries.

Gain insights into the role of sustainability into the economic and business environments through such courses as energy, environment, and economics; renewable energy technologies; and fundamentals of power engineering.

Program Overview

Explore foundational coursework that connects the environment, energy, and natural resources. Gain insights into the role of sustainability into the economic and business environments through such courses as energy, environment, and economics; renewable energy technologies; and fundamentals of power engineering.

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The Minor in Energy/Environment/Economics consists of at least five courses (minimum of 15 credit hours).

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Interested in declaring a minor? Talk with your academic adviser or Academic Affairs to plan out your course schedule and fill out the Minor Request Form.