Topical Breadth Courses

Topical Breadth Courses

Below is a list of the approved Topical Breadth courses for the M.Eng. in Energy Systems.  If a different course is approved by the advisor, an email with the approved course and the advisor’s approval must be sent to Amy McCullough.

Note:  Review Course Descriptions and Credit Hours

  • ACE 406 — Environmental Law
  • ACE 454 — Economic Development of Tropical Africa
  • ACE 500 — Applied Economic Theory
  • ACE 501 — Risk and Information: Theory and Applications
  • ACE 527 — Advanced Price Analysis
  • ACE 542 — Advanced Agricultural Finance
  • ANTH 467 — Cultures of Africa
  • CEE 421—Construction Planning
  • ECON 450 — Development Economics
  • ECON 483 — Economics of Innovation and Technology
  • ECON 572 — Political Economy
  • ESE 482 — Challenges of Sustainability
  • GEOG 466 — Environmental Policy
  • IB 452 — Ecosystem Ecology
  • JOUR 471 — Science Journalism
  • MATH 415 — Advanced Linear Algebra
  • MATH 446 — Applied Complex Variables
  • MATH  461 — Probability Theory
  • NRES 427 — Modeling Natural Resources
  • SOC 447 — Environmental Sociology
  • STAT 440 — Statistical Data Management

The following list of courses require advisor approval:

  • AE 420 — Finite Element Analysis
  • AE 433 — Aerospace Propulsion
  • AE 434 — Rocket Propulsion
  • AE 454 — System Dynamics and Control
  • AE 502 — Advanced Orbital Mechanics
  • AE 504 — Optimal Aerospace Systems
  • AE 542 — Aerospace Systems Engineering I
  • AE 543 — Aerospace Systems Engineering II
  • AE 554 — Dynamical Systems Theory
  • AE 555 — Multivariate Control Design
  • CEE 405 — Asphalt Materials I
  • CEE 406 — Pavement Design I
  • CEE 409 — Railroad Track Engineering
  • CEE 410 — Railway Signaling and Control
  • CEE 411 — Railroad Project Design and Construction
  • CEE 415 — Geometric Design of Roads
  • CEE 420 — Construction Productivity
  • CEE 422 — Construction Cost Analysis
  • CEE 453 — Urban Hydrology and Hydraulics
  • CEE 470 — Structural Analysis
  • CEE 471 — Structural Mechanics
  • CEE 472 — Structural Dynamics I
  • CEE 506 — Pavement Design II
  • CEE 509 — Transportation Soils
  • CEE 517 — Traffic Signal Systems
  • CEE 525 — Construction Case Studies
  • CS 511 — Advanced Data Management
  • CS 512 — Data Mining Principles
  • CS 523 — Advanced Operating Systems
  • CS 527 — Topics in Software Engineering
  • CS 538 — Advanced Computer Networks
  • CS 576 — Topics in Automated Deduction
  • CPSC 418 — Crop Growth and Management
  • CPSC 563 — Chromosomes
  • CPSC 588 — Plant Biochemistry
  • TE 450 — Startups: Incorporation, Funding, Contracts, and Intellectual Property
  • TE 460 — Entrepreneurship for Engineers
  • TE 461 — Technology Entrepreneurship
  • TE 466 — High-Tech Venture Marketing
  • TE 565 — Technology Innovation and Strategy
  • TE 566 — Finance for Engineering Management
  • TE 567 — Venture Funded Startups
  • SE 400 — Engineering Law
  • SE 530 — Multi-attribute Decision Making
  • TAM 545 — Advanced Continuum Mechanics

Program Highlights

Earn a Professional Master’s Degree (non-thesis) in 2 – 3 semesters.

32 credit hour program – see degree requirements for more information.

Choose your own path and areas of specialization from a wide array of courses.

Gain valuable experience with an internship or energy systems design project.

Prepare for leadership in your career by applying breadth and depth of knowledge in this area.

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Dates to Know

May 1 / July 1, 2021 | Deadline for Fall 2021 Admission (international/domestic)

August 23, 2021 | First Day of Fall 2021 Semester

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