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Marietta's Energy Systems Engineering program is designed to offer both non-science and science students a strong foundation of knowledge in energy sources with a secondary focus on the environmental, social and economic aspects of energy systems and energy utilization. This minor provides students with unique, marketable skills in the job market and for potential graduate schools.
A great complement to students majoring in science or engineering programs, the Energy Systems Engineering Minor prepares them for entry-level positions in many sectors of the energy industry, graduate school, government service, and life-long learning and professional development.
Students gain a knowledge of energy systems in the areas of resources, generation, transmission, utilization and environmental impact. They also build introductory social and economic analysis experience involving both renewable and nonrenewable energy sources, as well as have opportunities to address global environmental and sustainability issues related to energy.
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Housed in the Center for Earth, Energy and the Environment, the Energy Systems Engineering minor prepares students to succeed in energy-related fields and in graduate school. With Marietta's liberal arts approach to education, students in this program will become effective communicators who have strong critical thinking skills.
Earning an Energy Systems Engineering Minor
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Dr. Ben Ebenhack • 740.376.4547 • email@example.com