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ECEE Energy Curriculum

Renewable Energy and Power Electronics

As the society moves away from the overwhelming dependence on fossil fuels towards more sustainable and environmentally friendlier alternatives, the need for Electrical Engineers ready to take on new challenges and bring innovations to present and future energy systems is expected to grow. The goals of the ECEE Department's Energy Program are to address the growing interests and technical engineering needs in renewable energy sources and efficient energy utilization.

Undergraduate Curriculum

The Energy Program curriculum relies on and complements the EE core. Courses offered are:

Other recommended courses

Relevant recommended supporting ECEE courses include:

Graduate Curriculum

The ECEE Department hosts the Colorado Power Electronics Center (CoPEC), one of the leading research programs in power electronics and mixed-signal integrated circuit design for applications involving management or intelligent control of energy. Numerous research projects are supported by CoPEC industrial sponsors and agencies such as NSF, DARPA, DOE, DOEd.

Graduate courses offered include: