Description: Introduction to the economics of energy. How the economic system determines production and consumption. The linkages between economic and environmental outcomes. How future energy use can be influenced by economic, environmental, trade, and research policy.
Description: Overview and evaluation of existing energy problems and solutions, covering technological, environmental, economic, business, and political issues.
Prerequisites: Sophomore standing; ENSC 110; and permission.
Description: Structured practical experience under the supervision of an energy science professional.
Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and permission.
Description: Individual or group project in research, literature review, or extension of course work.
Prerequisites: Good standing in the University Honors Program and permission. AGRI 299H recommended.
Requires conducting a scholarly research project and writing a University Honors Program or undergraduate thesis. Letter Grade Only