Texas Tech University

Bachelor of Science in Wind Energy

Offered by the College of Arts & Sciences
Available: Online Print

Program Overview

Minimum Hours: 120
Prerequisite: Core Curriculum

The Bachelor of Science in Wind Energy, offered by the National Wind Institute through the College of Arts and Sciences, prepares students for a career in all segments of the industry by offering courses on multiple aspects of the industry, from education on the characteristics of wind to instruction on project development and management. The versatile multidisciplinary nature of the degree plan makes Texas Tech’s wind energy program unique.

Rapid growth in the wind energy industry has produced an increase in demand for a well-educated workforce. Texas Tech University, already a pioneer in wind energy education, has developed educational programs to meet these expanding needs and educate future leaders in the wind energy field.

Job growth in wind energy has been strong, while the wind energy industry contributes to energy independence, positive environmental impact, and favorable growth to the United States economy. Texas Tech supports undergraduate and graduate coursework in the field of wind energy.

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