Graduate Certificate in Applied Energy

The Graduate Certificate in Applied Energy provides graduate students and professionals with the opportunity to reach a demonstrated level of competence in applied energy. Each course in this certificate is applicable toward either the M.S. in Applied Energy and Electromechanical Systems (MSEEM) or the M.S. in Construction and Facilities Management (MSCFM) degree requirements. The graduate certificate may act as a standalone graduate option for post-baccalaureate students, or may be pursued concurrently with the MSEEM or MSCFM degree program at UNC Charlotte

 

Certificate Requirements

The certificate is awarded upon completion of four graduate level courses (12 credit hours) in the area of applied energy. The cumulative GPA must be at least 3.0 and at most one course with a grade of C may be allowed toward the certificate. Requests for other energy-related course substitutions may be approved at teh discretion of the department graduate director. 

Select four of the following:

CMET 5140 BUILDING ENERGY MANAGEMENT 3
CMET 6155 FACILITY INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS 3
ENER 5275 AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS 3
ENER 6120 ENERGY GENERATION AND CONVERSION 3
ENER 6135 ENERGY TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION 3
ENER 6150 SYSTEM DYNAMICS 3
ENER 6170 APPLIED MECHATRONICS 3
ETGR 5272 ENGINEERING ANALYSIS IV 3