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  Dec 15, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Renewable Energy Certificate


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Program Description

Code 145 - 25 Credits

The Renewable Energy core curriculum focuses on training electricians to install, monitor, and maintain small scale solar and wind energy systems in residential, commercial, and industrial facilities. The program will follow the Electronics Technicians Association (ETA) job training guides for photovoltaic and small scale wind installers. The Renewable Energy program is twenty-five (25) credits and ends in a certificate from Kellogg Community College.

The Renewable Energy program is designed for electricians working in the trade or individuals seeking to work under a licensed electrician. Students will learn skills in energy conservation.

Students may use credits earned in the Renewable Energy curriculum towards an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electricity and Electronics or Skilled Trades. Modules within the curriculum cover:

  • Electrical Safety
  • Mathematics for Electricians
  • Electrical Theory
  • National Electrical Code® (NEC®)
  • Power Distribution Systems
  • Photovoltaic (PV) Theory
  • PV System Components
  • PV System Installation
  • Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation
  • Wind Energy Theory
  • Wind System Components
  • Wind System Installation

To earn the certificate, students must complete twenty-five (25) credits in the Renewable Energy core curriculum. For more information about Renewable Energy modules go to the Industrial Trades page at www.kellogg.edu/industrial-trades.

Information:

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the Renewable Energy Certificate program, and other important information, please go to www.kellogg.edu/academic/Gedt_RenewEnergy.html.

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