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Power has been restored to campus and classes are back in session!
However, the Child Development Center in Building 14 will be closed due to a continued power outage.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program students will be able to:

  • Conduct energy assessments of residential buildings, develop scopes of work for and to sell and perform home energy upgrades.
  • Design and install residential solar systems; and perform basic cost estimation and sales based on utility costs and rebate and tax incentives.
  • Develop portfolios based on current marketing and sales techniques, practices, strategies, and technology applied to case studies in various aspects of the construction industry and energy sector.
  • Develop performance and productivity-based business and marketing plans, as well as management strategies and techniques for operations, sales, and finance for driving new business in these industries.
  • Obtain industry recognized credentials from the Building Performance Institute (BPI) and the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). 
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