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Energy Technology, Advanced Certificate

Position yourself for career success in the modern energy industry by gaining skills in maximizing energy efficiency while maintaining high standards of reliability and sustainability.

What You’ll Learn

The Energy Technology, Advanced Certificate features a flexible curriculum that will allow you to focus on the high-demand applications of energy technology that interest you most.

You’ll work with exciting innovations such as offshore wind energy, experimental vehicles, solar power generation, and smart grid systems, and work directly with faculty who have deep industry connections and credentials in areas such as distributed power generation, building automation systems, and energy modeling software.


Career Options

  • Construction Manager
  • Fuel Cell Developer
  • Solar Energy Analyst
  • Sustainable Energy Consultant
  • Wind Farm Developer

Exceptional experiences. Outstanding outcomes.

$90K

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How You’ll Succeed

With just six courses, you’ll be ready to advance your career with a developed knowledge of alternative energy, experimental vehicles, automated energy control systems, and power generation facilities. These skills will be a vital credential in today’s global economy as corporations and governments continue to seek ever more sustainable, cost-effective solutions.

Some credits/courses taken in this certificate program can be applied to the Energy Management, M.S.

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New York, NY | September 20, 2022

Aspiring engineer and president of the Black Student Union Rasheed Martin wants to change the underrepresentation of the Black community in engineering. “As president, I will be implementing new standards that will help put our community in the best position to be successful socially, educationally, and professionally.”

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