The Certificate in Renewable Energy and the Environment provides an organized channel for students who wish to pursue interdisciplinary energy studies in addition to their major and/or minor. The program combines academic courses, outreach interactions, hands-on research experiences, and networking opportunities. Courses are organized into three discipline clusters: (1) Social Sciences & Humanities; (2) Architecture; and, (3) Natural Sciences & Engineering.
Students must earn a total of 11 points from the following options:
- Outreach activities
- Events and Topics in Bioenergy Series/Other approved seminars and lectures
- Courses (100—500 level)
- Independent studies
- Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
- International Experience in Energy: Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering
- Education & Outreach mini-grant
Students interested in learning more about the program and/or signing up should visit the PARC website,http://parc.wustl.edu/certificate , for more details and registration information. Questions about the program can be addressed to Erin Plut, Administrative Coordinator for PARC: email@example.com, (314)935-4499.