Sustainability Technologies

Are you ready to “Go Green”? Do you want to make a difference for our plant and for future generations? Are you a hands-on, down-to-earth (pun intended) kind of person?  Would you like to be part of the solution instead of the problem? Then perhaps the Sustainability Technologies: Alternative Energy curriculum is for you!

This program will prepare you for an exciting career in the “green” fields, specifically in energy management and conservation, alternative energy production and distribution, and green building design and evaluation.

As a graduate, you would qualify for an entry level position in various fields such as manufacturing, construction, energy production and energy consulting. Job titles might include energy manager, energy auditor, sustainability technician, or energy controls technician, to name a few. Jobs are plentiful and expanding with new government mandates and initiatives to save energy and prevent the associated pollution.

Credentials available: Associate of Applied Science Degree in Sustainability Technologies.

Average Class Size: 12 – 18

Things to Consider: Excellent local employment opportunities. Work-Based Learning is required so that students not only gain work experience and connect with industry leaders for future career opportunities but also “earn while they learn.” Work-Based Learning opportunities have well exceeded student numbers.

Curriculum Courses by Semester

Sustainability Technology Certificate – Energy Management (C40370B)
Sustainability Technology Certificate – Building Science (C40370D)

Sustainability Technologies Degree (A40370)
NOTE: The Associate in Applied Science degree program in Sustainability Technologies will not be offered during the 2014-2015 academic year. Refer to the 2014-15 General Catalog for curriculum courses by semester. Interested students should enroll in the Building Science Certificate or Energy Management Certificate.

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Sustainability Technology