Energy Courses

Example Energy Courses:

BIOL 019 - Biological Science and Public Policy (Freshmen only)
BIOL 140 (BIOL 440) – Humans and the Environment
CBE 375 (ESE 360) – Engineering and the Environment
CBE 543 (ESE 560) – Sustainable Development and Water Resource Systems
CBE 545 – Electrochemical Energy Conversion & Storage
CBE 546 – Fundamentals of Industrial Catalytic Processes
CBE 525 -Molecular Modeling and Simulations

EAS 301 (EAS 505) – Climate Policy and Technology
EAS 401 (EAS 501) – Energy and its Impacts: Technology, Ecology, Economics, Sustainability
EAS 402 (EAS 502) – Renewable Energy and its Impacts
EAS 403 (EAS 503) – Energy Systems and Policy

ENGR 250 (MEAM 250) – Energy Systems, Resources and Technology
ENVS 204 – Global Climate Change
ENVS 312 – Ocean Atmosphere Dynamics
ENVS 494 - Toward Sustainability on Penn's Campus
ENVS 632 - Energy and the Environment in the U.S.
ESE 521 - The Physics of Solid State Energy Devices
GEOL 508 – The Geology and Geography of Energy Resources
GEOL 421 – Elemental Cycling in Global Systems
GEOL 508 – The Geology and Geography of Energy Resources
MEAM 250 (ENGR 250) – Energy Systems, Resources and Technology
MEAM 402 (MEAM 502) – Energy Engineering
MEAM 503 - Direct Energy Conversion: from Macro to Nano

MEAM 504 – Tribiology
MEAM 543 - Performance and Design of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

MSE 215 – Introduction to Nanoscale Materials
MSE 545 – Energy Storage and Technology
MSE 561 - Atomistic Modeling in Materials Science

PHYS 016 – Energy, Oil and Global Warming (Freshmen only)