At Penn State Greater Allegheny our Energy Engineering program incorporates elements of fuel science, with the addition of courses focused on renewable energy and electrochemical engineering as well as professional electives in business, finance, and management.
Our Energy Engineering program is the first of its kind to follow a 3+1 path, providing students the opportunity to spend three years at our campus before transitioning to University Park.
Hands-on learning provides students a focus on energy principles and alternative energy, as well as traditional upper-level engineering courses. See what projects our students work on at our Undergraduate Research page.
The ENENG program prepares students to be successful leaders in advancing the technology and management of energy; innovators and entrepreneurs in the energy sector; and educators, practicing engineers, and national leaders in the energy and associated environmental health and safety, policy and economic fields.
The Energy Engineering B.S. program in the John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering (EME) at Penn State is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.