Department of Environmental Science and Policy
Minor in Applied Energy
The Department of Environmental Science and Policy offers a minor in Applied Energy designed to develop a student's skills in applied energy through a combination of laboratory, field work, and advanced analysis in energy efficiency, production, assessment, and planning.
A minor is awarded after the successful completion of 18-credit hours of study of the following courses (a student must receive a C- or greater in each course):
ESP 275 Energy Use and Societal Adaptation
ESP 308 Global Environmental Problems and Sustainability
or ESP 421 Natural Resource Policy
ECO/ESP 326 Environmental Economics
or ECO/ESP 327 Natural Resource Economics
ESP 311 Energy Efficiency
ESP 313 Renewable Energy
ESP or other department energy-related course approved by advisor
ESP majors may double-count up to 9 credits of courses used in their major toward use in the minor.