The Bachelor of Science in Energy Management will prepare you to become a problem solver in meeting the global energy demands of the future. With the growing emphasis on the environment, a degree in this field will help propel your career while you utilize your knowledge for a more eco-friendly world. You will learn key concepts including energy policy, energy science principles, energy management, and sustainability. With NAU’s caring and supportive faculty, robust curriculum, and engaging learning environment, you can help solve the energy problems of tomorrow. Learn more about NAU’s Energy Management program and explore the diverse career opportunities this degree can lead to.
This program is offered online, with support services provided by the NAU locations listed below. Classes are offered as follows:
Online Classes Only – Students may not take any on-ground classes at the following locations:
Indianapolis, Indiana; Garden City, Overland Park, Wichita, and Wichita West, Kansas; Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Burnsville, Minnetonka, Rochester, and Roseville, Minnesota; Independence, Lee's Summit, and Zona Rosa, Missouri; Bellevue, Nebraska; Albuquerque and Albuquerque West, New Mexico; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Allen, Texas.
On-Ground Classes Permissible – In addition to online classes, students may take on-ground classes at the following locations:
Centennial, Colorado Springs, and Colorado Springs South, Colorado; Ellsworth AFB, Rapid City, Sioux Falls, and Watertown, South Dakota; Austin, Austin South, Georgetown, Houston, Lewisville, Mesquite, and Richardson, Texas.
- Introduction to Energy Management
- Introduction to Sustainability
- Energy Policy
- Environmental Ethics
Students in some programs may be required to take online classes and attend classes at different locations.
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