Energy Systems Engineering

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Join a rising profession in energy systems engineering. Our students gain knowledge and skills to tackle the global challenge of sustainable energy consumption and management. The multidisciplinary program, located at the OSU-Cascades campus, combines engineering fundamentals, energy-focused technical classes, basic science and math, and business management courses. You will be part of a community of students and faculty dedicated to positively improving the world through cutting-edge research and education. After graduation, you will have the opportunities to work in the public or private sector and on a wide range of projects, such as improving industrial energy efficiency, developing innovative fuel-cell technology, managing renewable energy resources, and assessing their environmental impact.

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  • Engineering Economy  
  • Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems  
  • Feedback Control Systems  
  • Energy Distribution Systems  
  • Thermodynamics  

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Energy Systems Engineering at Oregon State University 
Madeline Kier pursued a degree in energy systems at OSU-Cascades to work on green energy solutions. 

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The Bachelor of Science and Honors Bachelor of Science degree programs in Energy Systems Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,

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