BCC Center for Sustainability & Alternative Energey

Green Revoluation


Associate of Science in Sustainable Energy

This program is designed to prepare graduates for careers in
sustainable energy and for transfer opportunities to 4-year
colleges with sustainability-focused programs.

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Example Course Sequence
Semester I   Credits
  ENG-101 College Composition I 3
Play Video SST-100 Principles of Sustainability 3
  MTH-130 Pre-Calculus 4
  PHI-220 Environmental Ethics (elective) 3
Play Video SST-111 Alternative Energy Sources 3
Semester II   Credits
  ENG-102 College Composition II 3
  XXX-XXX Social Science Requirement 3
  PHI-101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
  CIS-101 Introduction to Computers (elective) 3
  PHY-110 Principles of Physics 1 (lecture 3
  PHY-111 Principles of Physics I (lab) 1
Semester III   Credits
  EET-121 Circuits I 4
  SST-211 Solar PV Systems I - Theory & Design 3
  SST-216 Solar Thermal Systems 3
  BIO-130 Environmental Science (lecture) 3
  BIO-131 Environmental Science (lab) 1
  XXX-XXX Social Science Requirement 3
Semester IV   Credits
  ANT-102 Introductional to Cultural Anthropology 3
Play Video NRG-101 Introduction to Energy Management (elective) 3
  GIS-101 Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems (elective) 3
  SST-226 Small Wind Systems 3
  SST-231 Introduction to Biomass & Biofuels Technology 3
  XXX-XXX History Requirement 3
    Total Credits 67
NRG courses are offered in conjunction with Lane Community College, Eugene Oregon. The courses are offered by BCC through a curriculum sharing partnership with Lane under the auspices of a Lane NSF grant. NRG courses will be team-taught by Lane and BCC instructors and delivered in a hybrid format, which is a combination of web plus in-person instruction.
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