About the Program
This 15-hour graduate certificate offers professionals post-baccalaureate level training options in six topic areas relevant to the industry, including detailed case studies. Specifically designed for non-technical professionals who wish to assume technical responsibilities in wind energy.
This is the technical track for the certificate. To qualify for the Graduate Certificate, you must first complete the required courses: Advanced Technical Wind Energy I and II and then complete three elective courses. Find more information on the different tracks and their related courses here.
Students pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Wind Energy may take eligible courses through partner universities as part of the WindU Multi-University Consortium to receive credit towards their certificate. Please consult with the Wind Energy program graduate advisor for more details on the courses offered through the consortium.
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