This specialization offers a glimpse into the emerging technology that exists in the energy sector. As the worldwide supply of fossil fuels diminishes, and the demand for those fuels increases, new energy technology must be developed to power our planet. In recent years, energy sustainability and the use of infinite resources have been considered serious options for the first time. Thus, this focus area employs an interdisciplinary strategy with the goal of educating individuals on a broad-range of emerging technologies in relation to energy resources.
Step 2: Choose courses from the Energy Resources Focus
Choose nine credits from the courses below. Course substitutions are possible; please contact faculty-in-charge.
|CED 201||Introductory Environmetal and Resource Economics|
|CED 429||Natural Resource Economics|
|CED 431W||Economic Analysis of Environmental and Resource Policies|
|CED 450||International Development, Renewable Resources, and the Environment|
|EGEE/MATSC 101||Energy and the Environment|
|EGEE 102||Energy Conservation for Environmental Protection|
|EGEE 401||Energy in a Changing World|
|EGEE 464W||Energy Design Project|
|EM SC 101||Resource Wars|
|EM SC 150||Out of the Fiery Furnace|
|GEOG 432||Energy Policy|
|GEOSC 451||Natural Resources: Origins, Economics and Environmental Impact|
|GEOSC 454||Geology of Oil and Gas|
Note: Individual courses are linked to Penn State's Bulletin. For the most recent course description and to schedule, visit LionPATH.psu.edu.