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. 


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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