Certificate of Achievement
Industrial Technology Division: 313-845-9656, firstname.lastname@example.org, Technology Bldg, Room: E-112
Gregory Laskowsky: 313-317-1550, email@example.com, Technology Bldg, Room: E-115D
Introduces individuals to job opportunities in the areas of non-traditional energy efficient power generation, heating and cooling, alternative automotive propulsion, green construction, and energy savings through better usage and design.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Distinguish the full range of renewable energy technologies and their applications.
- Describe how mechanical components of renewable energy technologies that are economically relevant work (wind, solar PV, solar thermal, batteries, geothermal, small hydropower, fuel cells, alternatively fueled vehicles, and biomass).
- Demonstrate basic principles of electrical repair and installation while employing appropriate safety measures.
- Demonstrate the installation, maintenance, and repair of small wind generators, solar PV, solar thermal hot water systems, basic biomass. combustion systems, and above-ground components of geothermal systems following manufacturer specifications.
- Compare and contrast the environmental impact and economic role of both traditional and alternative energy supplies.
- Perform building energy audits for residential and commercial buildings.
- Perform energy efficient upgrades to building envelopes, HVAC equipment, and controls.
- Describe and apply mechanical, building, plumbing, electrical, and energy codes, standards, local ordinances, and state and federal regulations.
- Wind and photovoltaic
- Hydrogen fuel cell technology
Eastern Michigan University
Siena Heights University
Wayne State University
Required Core Courses
Credit Hours: 19
Required Support Courses
Credit Hours: 16
Minimum Total Credit Hours