Certificate in Power Systems Engineering
Looks at energy technology and management — including protection of power systems and application of computer solutions, particularly for the electric utility industry — to help prepare the future energy and power workforce.
Students in the Power Systems Engineering Graduate Certificate Program will learn a wide range of leadership and management skills in addition to the following skills:
• Power system steady-state analysis of power system networks.
• Digital computer techniques to solve power system problems.
• Transient performance of power systems (interruption of arcs, re-ignition inertia effects, harmonic oscillations, saturated systems and more).
• Energy accounting control and economic theories for interconnected steam and hydroelectric power systems.