Saint Francis University offers the following energy related programs:
Environmental Engineering B.S., Renewable Energy Concentration - Those students interested in a traditional four-year Bachelor of Science degree should explore our Renewable Energy concentration. Includes specialized course work in energy conversion, storage, and
distribution. You will investigate the details of energy conversion from traditional sources such as fossil fuels and nuclear energy, to sustainable sources such as solar, wind, fuel cells, and other developing innovative energy technologies. There are also opportunities
for internships and student-design projects in both the Senior Lab, the
Institute for Energy, and courses within the major.
Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering B.S. - Our program is a rigorous engineering program enhanced by a foundation of environmental stewardship. This 4-year degree program prepares our students to be engaged, conscientious leaders in the energy
industry. The program emphasizes both theoretical and hands-on learning, project design and execution, communication skills, and service learning.
Energy Technology and Policy, Minor Option - Students interested in energy topics and looking to complement their existing major with a specialization can choose to minor in Energy Technology and Policy. Energy experts are needed to solve a wide variety of energy problems. Students will learn the fundamentals of the energy industry and be capable of performing an assortment of different tasks within the industry. Graduates of the Energy Technology and Policy minor program will have opportunities to work for utilities, electric generating stations, renewable energy companies, energy distribution, research organizations, or as energy policymakers. Additionally, a minor in Energy well positions any student to pursue a graduate or additional degree in a similar field. Email the Institute (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
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