IES academic programs educate students in the growing fields of energy and environmental engineering.
Our programs integrate systems to allow the environmentally acceptable use of:
- Fossil fuels
- Renewable fuels and chemicals
- The absorption and conversion of solar and wind energy
- Geothermal energy conversion
- Hydrogen production, storage, distribution, and utilization
Our programs are designed to provide broad based training to appeal to ranging from the developers and users of technologies to the regulators and policy makers.
Those in their early and mid-level career will benefit from the purposeful mix of technical-based courses focused on the integration of energy resources. Program non-technical content is designed to provide tools for policy, management and decision making.
Students with an engineering degree are accepted directly into the program. Those with science or other engineering related fields may be admitted on a qualified status. Our program is available using on-line delivery methods for those who are location bound.
The Institute also offers opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students to become involved in a wide variety of research projects. To find out more about how to become involved, contact one of the Institute researchers or Faculty Affiliates.
Energy and Environmental Engineering Programs
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- Energy Engineering Ph.D.
- Environmental Engineering Ph.D.
- Environmental Engineering M.S. or M.Eng.
- Energy Systems Engineering M.S. or M.Eng.
- Combined Energy Systems Engineering Degree (B.S. and M.S./M.Eng.)
All graduate certificates are offered fully online and on-campus.