EGEE 401
Energy in a Changing World

EGEE 401

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Instructor: Edwin Pinero

Overview: EGEE 401 is a required course in Penn State's online Bachelor of Arts in Energy and Sustainability Policy, Bachelor of Science in Energy and Sustainability Policy and Masters of Education in Earth Sciences. This course evaluates the existing energy infrastructure and energy/fuel use, both domestic and international, along with evolving technologies, implementation and challenges in meeting energy demands in a carbon constrained world. Students will understand the interrelationships between legislative, technology, environmental, and international factors associated with energy production, processing, distribution, and utilization.

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Students who register for this Penn State course gain access to assignments and instructor feedback, and earn academic credit. Information about Penn State's Energy and Sustainability Policy Bachelor's program is available at the ESP Program Office Homepage.

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Students who register for this Penn State course gain access to assignments and instructor feedback, and earn academic credit. Information about Penn State's Online Geospatial Education programs is available at the Geospatial Education Program Office.