ENGR 326 - Energy & the Environment (GD)

ENGR 326 - Energy & the Environment (GD)

3.00 Cr
Cultural Diversity. This three-credit course will look at the role that energy plays in our modern world. Students will learn about the physics of energy so that they can calculate the energy content of a variety of systems, such as: gasoline, other fossil fuels, nuclear, solar, wind, bio mass and so on. Applications of the energy schemes in our lives will then be explored. We will discuss the global use and needs of energy and the environmental problems that have resulted from energy development and how we can improve our community and the world. Three hours of lecture and field trips per week.
Term: 
2022SP
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Judge, Patrick