The Alternative Energy Program – Solar provides engineering and science students with a unique applied foundation in solar technologies and applications. The program emphasizes learning through classroom and applied research projects. The curriculum below is the result of a cooperative agreement between Crowder College and the School of Engineering at the Missouri University of Science and Technology (Rolla); cooperative programs are available at Missouri State University and Pittsburg State University. Students in the Alternative Energy – Solar program include Alternative Energy, Engineering, Science, and Technology majors.
This certificate provides students with a unique applied foundation in solar technologies and applications. The program emphasizes learning through coursework and applied research projects. The certificate allows students to move directly into the alternative energy workforce installing solar hardware and systems.
Students must earn 23 hours for the Active Solar Technician Certificate.
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