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REE 201 Introduction to Renewable Energy


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Introduction to Renewable Energy is the perfect stepping stone for students interested in enrolling in the Renewable Energy Engineering program at Oregon Tech.

Note: This course is one of only two courses in the Renewable Energy Engineering program that are offered online. The program is an on-campus program only offered in Klamath Falls and Wilsonville. Learn more about the Renewable Energy Engineering program.

Please note that this course has a prerequisite of MATH 111 - College Algebra. If you have not taken MATH 111 at Oregon Tech, please fax a copy of your schedule or unofficial transcript showing this course, to 541.885.1139, or email or send it as a pdf to to verify you have met the prerequisite. We are unable to register you in this course until we receive your transcript.

Oregon Tech Online offers REE 201, Introduction to Renewable Energy, as an online course to students at a distance who are interested in the emerging field of renewable energy. An introduction to renewable energy that covers topics such as photovoltaics, solar thermal systems, green building, fuel-cells, hydrogen, wind power, waste heat, biofuels, wave power, tidal power and hydroelectricity. Discussions of economic, environmental, political and social policy are integral components of this course.

Application Process

  • Apply for Non-Degree Seeking Status at Oregon Tech

  • For the non-degree seeking status, complete the Non-degree Seeking Application and pay no application fees. This status allows you to take up to eight credit hours per term. The Distance Education Office will process your application, register you for REE 201, and send you an email confirmation.

  • Pay Your Tuition and Fees

  • Please refer to Online Tuition, Fees, & Financial Aid for fees and tuition information.

    Once you are registered in REE 201, you are fully responsible for the tuition and fees. If you need to cancel your registration, please fax a signed request to Oregon Tech Online at 541.885.1139, or email

    To receive a 100% refund, you must drop your course(s) before the fifth calendar day of the term (Friday) at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time. If you drop your course(s) after this time, you will receive a partial refund according to the Oregon Tech refund schedule. For additional information, please visit Online Costs.

  • Purchase Your Textbook and Materials

  • Visit The Tech Nest bookstore to purchase your books and materials online. You'll want to have your books and materials in hand before the class begins.

  • Login to Your Course(s) on the First Day of the Term

  • On the first day of the term, login to your class on Blackboard after 8:00 a.m. Pacific time.

    You should have received information about logging into Blackboard (including your Blackboard user name and password) by email at the address you indicated on your application. If you have not received this Blackboard login information in your email box by the first day of the term, email or call 541.885.1470 during regular business hours for assistance.

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