Description of the major
The Energy Engineering major is designed to address the growing impact and demand for energy in society and to equip students with the knowledge necessary to become valuable contributors in addressing society's energy needs and demands. Along with basic engineering skills, the program integrates skill sets in the physical sciences (chemistry, engineering, mathematics, and physics) and social sciences (economics, policy, and management) to ensure successful career opportunities in advancing the technology and management of energy; innovators and entrepreneurs in the energy sector; and educators, practicing engineers, and national leaders in the energy and associated environmental health and safety, policy, and economic fields.
College Email Lists (listserv)
Students may sign up for the Earth and Mineral Sciences listserv by calling the EMS Student Center at 814-863-2751. EMS Undergraduate Announcements
publishes news about student events, academics, club meetings, and jobs/internships.