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University of Pittsburgh Bradford    
2018-2019 Bradford Campus Catalog 
    
 
  Aug 17, 2019
 
2018-2019 Bradford Campus Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Energy Science and Technology, BS


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Contact: Matt Kropf, Program Director

This program is designed to provide an introductory level education of multi-disciplinary engineering skills through the broad requirement of physics, calculus, and engineering analysis courses. In addition to these core math and science competencies, the first two years of the program introduces the students to a variety of energy related industries. With this combinations, students are then encouraged to begin specialization through approved upper-level electives. Specifically, students can focus on energy use in buildings, alternative energy production, petroleum technology, nuclear energy, or energy and the environment. This organization helps students to translate to applied skills, making them more marketable in the job market. Finally, a curricular emphasis on sensors and controls will be placed through an upper level course requirement and capstone project.

Degree Requirements


Total Credits: 36


General Education Program Requirements and Electives-Variable


(See General Education Program  and General Requirements for the Bachelor’s Degree  under Academic Policies and Guidelines for further details.)

Suggested Course of Study


Total Credits Per Term: 14


Total Credits Per Term: 15


Total Credits Per Term: 17


Total Credits Per Term: 16


Total Credits Per Term: 15


Third Year, 2nd Term


Total Credits Per Term: 15


Fourth Year, 1st Term


Total Credits Per Term: 16


Fourth Year, 2nd Term


Total Credits Per Term: 15


Please be advised


Please be advised that some programs or courses of study require that students complete rotations, fieldwork, internships/externships and/or teaching assignments at facilities external to the university, while other programs or courses of study may offer voluntary internships or externships at facilities external to the university. Depending on the program or course, such facilities will or may require a criminal background check, an act 33/34 clearance (if applicable), and perhaps a drug screen to determine participant qualification or eligibility. Additionally, in order to become licensed, many states will inquire as to whether the applicant has been convicted of a misdemeanor, a felony, or a felonious or illegal act associated with alcohol and/or substance abuse.

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