The Minor strives to help UWP students develop an in-depth and interdisciplinary understanding of issues related to energy and renewable energy including bio-fuels and renewable products and associated markets.

Required Courses 1
ENERGY 2130Energy, Environment, and Society3
ENERGY 2340Fundamentals of Energy Sources4
ENERGY 4920Research or Design Project on Renewables2
Select 15 elective credits from the following: 15
Energy Courses (No more than three credits combined from ENERGY 3950 or ENERGY 3970 may count toward the minor.)
ENERGY 3XXX
3000-level and above
ENERGY 4XXX
4000-level and above
Agricultural Courses
Agricultural Prices and Risk Management
Agricultural Commodity Marketing
Materials Handling and Energy Seminar
Seed and Grain Crops
Nutrient Management in Agriculture
Soil and Water Conservation
Biology Courses
Cell Biology
Microbiology
Biotechnology
Business Administration Courses
Small Business Management
Risk Management
Regulatory Compliance Management
Corporate Finance
Chemistry Courses
Quantitative Analysis
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Organic Chemistry Lecture
General Biochemistry Lab
General Biochemistry
Civil and Environmental Courses
Geographic Information Systems
Site Design and Stormwater Management
Environmental Engineering
Air and Waste Management
Wastewater Treatment and Management
Economic Courses
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Electrical Engineering Courses
Introduction to Electrical Machines and Power Systems
Power Electronics
Electric Motor Drives
Power Systems Analysis and Design
Geography Courses
Environmental Conservation
Industrial Studies Courses
Topics in Industrial Studies
Electrical Power
Residential Planning and Design
Building Systems Analysis
Mechanical Engineering Courses
Heat Transfer
Power Plant Design
Energy Systems Design
Internal Combustion Engine Design
Environmental Control Design
Thermal Systems Laboratory
Thermo-Fluid Systems Design
Reclamation Courses
Reclamation Revegetation
GIS / GPS and Mapping
Total Credits24
1

 No more than 12 credits from the student's major may be applied toward this minor.