Curriculum – Klamath Falls Campus
Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:
*CHE201/4 and CHE 202/5 can be substituted with CHE 221 and CHE 222 respectively.
**With advisor approval students may take REE 201 in place of ENGR 101 and ENGR 102.
***Choose from WRI327, WRI350, and WRI410.
|Renewable Energy Engineering Electives |
|****Course may be repeated multiple times for credit with approval. |
|REE 331 ||Fuel Cells (2-3-3) |
|REE 333 ||Batteries (2-3-3) |
|REE 335 ||Hydrogen (2-3-3) |
|REE 337 ||Materials for RE Applications (3-0-3) |
|REE 344 ||Nuclear Energy (3-0-3) |
|REE 345 ||Wind Power (3-0-3) |
|REE 346 ||Biofuels and Biomass (2-3-3) |
|REE 347 ||Hydroelectric Power (3-0-3) |
|REE 348 ||Solar Thermal Energy Systems (3-0-3) |
|REE 307/407 ||Independent Study/Special Topics/Seminar (3-0-3)**** |
|REE 427 ||Greenhouse Ga Accounting (3-0-3) |
|REE 439 ||Building Energy Auditing and Management (3-0-3) |
|REE 451 ||Geothermal Energy and Direct Use Applications (3-0-3) |
|REE 453 ||Power Systems Analysis (3-0-3) |
|REE 454 ||Power System Protection/Control (3-30-3) |
|REE 455 ||Energy Efficient Building Design (3-30-3) |
|REE 465 ||RE Transportation Systems (3-0-3) |
|REE 469 ||Grid Integration of RE (3-0-3) |
|EE 341 ||Electricity and Magnetism with Transmission Lines (4-0-4) |
|EE 343 ||Solid State Devices (3-0-3) |
|EE 347 ||Digital Logic (3-3-4) |
|MECH 433 ||HVAC (3-0-3) |
With approval, the following courses can be used as Renewable Energy Engineering Electives (students must meet course Prerequisite and co-requisites): upper-division EE-prefix courses (no more than two), courses belonging to a senior sequence, or 500-level REE courses. Enrollment in graduate-level courses at the undergraduate level requires special approval.
Students are required to complete a minimum of one sequence (all three courses) from the list below:
- Green Building: MECH 433, REE 439 and REE 455
- Power Systems: REE 453, REE 454 and REE 469
- Geothermal: REE 431, REE 451 and REE 471
With approval, students can complete a graduate-level REE sequence to meet the senior sequence requirement. Enrollment in graduate-level courses at the undergraduate level requires special approval.