Course work includes energy use, sustainability, water quality, water use, waste and recycling, environmental technology, business sustainability, electricity, photovoltaics, solar thermal, wind, hydroelectricity, site assessment, construction, green building, building science, energy modeling, energy management, energy auditing, and safety. The program places a priority on hands-on training using the latest industry-standard equipment. A number of professional credentials – including LEED® Green Associate, NABCEP PV Associate, NABCEP Solar Heating Associate, OSHA 30-hour Safety Card, ISO 14001 Awareness, and Procore Fundamentals Associate – are weaved into the curriculum to better prepare students for employment.
Graduates of the Associate in Applied Science Degree have the comprehensive knowledge to be competitive in many industries including construction, energy auditing, home inspection, facilities management, solar, wind, solar thermal, waste, environmental, consulting, sales and non-profit. In addition, a number of college transfer opportunities exist for students wishing to continue their education.