The “C” representing the classroom involves students as an academic population who not only benefit from course offerings and instruction in energy auditing and energy resource management, but also facilitate improvements on campus through assessment, auditing, and monitoring activities. Educational opportunities offered to the students at the university under the Environmental Science Program, administered by the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Studies, offer insight into real life workplace situations. Integration of energy management activities into academic experiences for the students is an extension of the improvements to the facilities on campus and the management of accumulated deferred maintenance.
Cooperative and internship opportunities and job placement for the classroom sector of the 3-C's is another benefit.
- Energy Education & Training Opportunities - Scholarships, Co-op, Internships
- Energy Curriculum at MTSU - Environmental Science Program - Engineering Technology & Industrial Studies Department
- Energy & the Environment: introduces sources and methods of energy production and classifications of energy usages, with emphasis on usage trends, energy conservation and efficiency strategies, and alternative energy utilization.
- Energy Resource Management: a degree concentration, includes course work in conservation, and environmental issues in the use of nonrenewable energy sources.
- Energy Auditing: an introduction to types of energy consumption and classification of energy usages. Emphasis is on total energy management, including assessments of campus buildings.
- Co-ops and Internships
- Published Papers and Presentations
- Students Special Projects
- Solar Energy: Courses in Solar building Design and Passive Solar Design.
- Solar Energy Demonstration Area
- Solar Bike Project
- In-house Seminars and Certification Exams