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Energy Efficiency Graduate Certificate

Note: This program is not accepting applications at this time.

Officially approved as:     

Stand Alone:  Yes        
Degree Dependent:
  No  

Total Credit Hours:  18

Certificate description: The subject of energy is highly interdisciplinary and involves various engineering branches such as manufacturing, policy, business, etc. This fact also raises the scenario that we cannot continue with education and training “as usual” to achieve our objective of high energy efficiency in industrial production processes, the buildings housing these manufacturing systems, and in other energy consuming systems. This certificate expands students’ knowledge in several crucial energy-related areas: 

  • Industrial Energy Analysis
  • Energy Efficient Building Design
  • Lighting Technology
  • Water and Wastewater Energy Efficiency
  • Electrochemical Reaction Engineering Science   
  • Testing and Evaluation of Electrochemical Devices

Certificate web site
http://engineering.missouri.edu/mae/degree-programs/ 

For more information, contact:
Dr. Sanjeev Khanna,
La Pierre Professor Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering,
Director of Energy Solutions and Services Center in Mid-West Energy Efficiency Research Consortium (MEERC),
Assistant Director Missouri Industrial Assessment Center, University of Missouri-Columbia.

Phone: 573 884 9109
Email: khannas@missouri.edu   
Address E3412 Lafferre Hall, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo 65211