Program Details

Our 34 unit program provides students with an understanding of the technical and policy dynamics that are working to modernize the electricity grid, as well as the building and transportation sectors. This includes new policy and program development necessary to integrate distributed energy resources, such as energy storage and solar, that are not only environmentally friendly but are also assets to the grid in providing security and reliability.

Students have the option to complete the program in 18 months (full time) or two years (students working full time).

Classes are held in the evenings, at the downtown campus, and on Saturdays, at the main campus, to serves the needs of both traditional students and working professionals.