Division Chair, Business & Technology
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Academic Program Support SpecialistJordan Hale
Engineering Technology - Alternative Energy, A.S.
Would You Like a Career in Alternative Energy?
This associate of science program will prepare students to meet the industry-specific skills needed for technicians in the new and emerging alternative and renewable energy fields, including occupational titles such as electrical technician, industrial engineering technician, solar photovoltaic installer and solar power plant technician, solar thermal installer and technician, energy auditor and smart grid technician. This program also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in occupations related to energy production, distribution, and storage.
Engineering Technology - Alternative Course Requirements
Visual & Performing Arts
ETD1320C, Introduction to CAD
ETI1701, Industrial Safety
ETI2110, Intro to Quality Assurance
ETI1420, Manufacturing Process
ETI2001C, Applied Mechanics
ETP1501, Introduction to Energy, Environment, and Society
ETP1500, Alternative Energy Inventory & Analysis
ETP1500L, Alternative Energy Inventory & Analysis Lab
ETP2322, Distributed Electrical Power Storage
ETP1410C, Solar Energy
ETP1520, Geothermal Energy
ETP1510, Biofuels and Biomass
ETP1550, Alternative Fuels and Electric Vehicles
EET2214C, LabVIEW Instrumentation
What can you do with Engineering Technology - Alternative Energy?
In this field, people find careers as:
Project Engineer - Renewable Energy
Energy Procurement and Reliability Engineer
Engineer - Renewable Energy & Energy Systems
Gulf Coast alumni of this program have continued their education at:
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