Energy Markets, Reliability, Safety & Security

Note:  Review Course Descriptions and Credit Hours

  • STAT 400 Statistics and Probability I or STAT 440 Statistical Data Management (Only one may be counted toward satisfying Primary Field or Area of Specialization Requirement)

A. Econometrics

  • ECON 502—Economic Statistics
  • ECON 503—Econometrics, or Econ 532 (4 hrs)—Econometric Analysis I
  • ECON 535—Econometric Analysis II

B. Environmental Economics

  • ACE 411—Environment and Development
  • ACE 510—Advanced Natural Resource Economics
  • ECON 549—Environmental Economics

C. International Economics

  • ECON 420—International Economics
  • ECON 514—International Financial Economics
  • ECON 550—Economics of Development and Growth

D. Microeconomics

  • ECON 500—General Microeconomic Theory, or Econ 530 (4 hrs) Microeconomic Theory I
  • ECON 533—Microeconomic Theory II
  • ECON 580—Industrial Organization

E. Resource Econometrics Modeling

  • ACE 562—Applied Regression Models I
  • ACE 563—Mathematical Programming Applications in Economics I
  • ACE 564—Applied Regression Models II
  • ACE 566—Mathematics for Applied Economics
  • ACE 567—Mathematical Programming Applications in Economics II

F. Environmental Safety

G. Information Technology

  • CS 438—Communications Networks
  • CS 461—Computer Security I
  • CS 463—Computer Security II
  • CS 465—User Interface Design
  • CS 565—Human-Computer Interaction

H. Reliability

  • CEE 460—Steel Structures I
  • CEE 462—Steel Structures II
  • CEE 463—Reinforced Concrete II
  • CEE 575—Fracture and Fatigue
  • GE 411—Reliability Engineering
  • GE 523—Discrete Event Dynamic Systems
  • GE 524—Data-Bases Systems Modeling
  • GE 530—Multiattribute Decision Making
  • NPRE 457—Safety Analysis of Nuclear Reactor Systems

I. Security

  • NPRE 480—Energy and Security
  • NPRE 481—Writing on Technology and Security
  • PS 580—Proseminar on International Relations I
  • PS 584—International Cooperation