Undergraduate Degrees

Energy Systems Engineering

This program prepares graduates for careers in the fast growing conventional and alternative energy industries, including engineering and management positions in project planning, design and procurement, major equipment design, installation and testing, power generation and distribution, and control systems management. The program requires all incoming students to be calculus ready.

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Facilities Engineering

This program prepares graduates for careers in facilities engineering, management, and operations in positions providing for the safe, economical, sustainable and compliant operation of the equipment and systems found in large, complex facilities, such as manufacturing plants, office buildings, hospitals, and power plants.

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Marine Engineering

This program prepares graduates for careers as licensed engineering officers in the United States Merchant Marine and for shoreside careers in engineering, operations, and management positions in the many associated industries.

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Emergency Management

This program provides graduates with the education and skills necessary for successful careers in public service and private industry. Career opportunities generated through this science-based curriculum include public sector positions in disaster preparedness, response, and recovery, and private sector positions in business continuity and risk management.

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