2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog


This minor is for students interested in how humans provide energy for different purposes from scales as small as household use through larger scales such as industrial processes. The minor provides opportunities for students to study traditional forms of energy, e.g., coal and petroleum as well as innovations in energy production through renewable forms of energy, such as solar or wind energy. Students can choose courses from different academic departments to fulfill the requirements for the minor.

For further information, contact the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, WQ 110, 765-285-5780, or Center for Energy Research/Education/Service, AB 018, 765-285-1135.