Using the existing strengths at CU to train professional engineers that will be at the forefront of the interface between technology and the environment. Our students receive preparation to become the energy leaders of the future by studying in a world-leading venue for energy education. You will be developing novel environmental sensors and models, software, and data analytics that will be used for everything from reducing traffic to enhancing crop growth, from improving infrastructure safety to greenhouse gas emissions assessment.
Unique Opportunities at CU Boulder
CU Boulder is a world leader in environmental science and engineering as evidenced by being #1 in EPA-funded science and engineering research. The Paul M. Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering is a big driver of technology development and assessment and leads the way in renewable energy research, such as energy storage for sustainability, wind energy and solar cell materials. Close partnerships with national research laboratories in the Boulder area further strengthen our research programs.
Courses foundational to the Clean Technology Option include:
Other specialized courses and electives supportive of the Clean Technology Option include: