Undergraduate Minor in Wind Energy
This minor consists of 18 hours of undergraduate wind energy courses. All courses
must be approved by a wind energy advisor, and a grade of C or better achieved in
each course. Wind energy is a multidisciplinary field and some concepts will require
a background in calculus and physics.
To pursue a minor in wind energy, you will need to complete the Wind Energy Minor
Form with a wind energy advisor.To set up an appointment, click here and follow the instructions below.
Schedule an Advising Appointment
- Click Here
- Select Texas Tech University Office of the Provost for the College.
- Select Academic Major/ Program : UN-BS-WE: Wind Energy
- Select Kacey Young as the advisor.
- Select a day and time that are available
- WE 1300 Introduction to Wind Energy
- WE 1310 Analytical Methods in Wind Energy
- WE 1311 Principles of Wind Power Conversion
- WE 2300 Social Impacts of Wind Energy
- WE 2310 Methods for Wind Resource Characterization
- WE 3100 Wind Energy Lab
- WE 3300 Wind Energy Science and Technology I
- WE 3301 Wind Energy Science and Technology II
- WE 3310 Wind Energy Economics and Finance
- WE 3315 Renewable Energy and the Environment
- WE 4000 Internship in Wind Energy
- WE 4300 Wind Energy Grid Integration
- WE 4310 Wind Modeling and Design
- WE 4311 Wind Energy Legal and Regulatory Issues