Degrees & Programs

Energy Systems Engineering

The Energy Systems Engineering program prepares graduates for careers in various segments of the fast-growing energy industry. Students are employed in positions in engineering planning, design, and installation of equipment and system required for the generation, management and distribution of electrical power. Curriculum includes advanced mathematics and applied engineering courses along with coursework that addresses the design of alternative and renewable energy systems. 

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Facilities Engineering

The Facilities Engineering program prepared graduates for careers in facilities engineering, management, and operations. Facilities engineers are responsible for the safe, economical, and sustainable operation of various equipment and systems in large facilities such as manufacturing plants, office buildings, hospitals, and power plants. 

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Marine Engineering

The Marine Engineering program prepares graduates for careers as licensed engineering officers in the United States Merchant Marine and for engineering positions in associated shoreside industries. 

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Emergency Management

The Emergency Management program has been developed to address each of the three key concepts: hazard, risk, and disaster. The program component for hazard and risk (risk management) consists of a framework that explores four states of assessment and management including Risk Assessment, control Analysis, Strategy Section and Implementation and Evaluation. 

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