Energy conversion is a discipline that spans across three departments: Electrical, Mechanical, and Chemical and Nuclear Engineering. Interest is rising for practical applications in the housing industry to supply houses with clean sources of energy to meet electrical supply needs, as well as for space heating/cooling. All renewable energy sources will be considered (e.g. wind energy and photovoltaics). Information about batteries, battery charging stations, battery chargers, and energy conversion devices (such as rectifiers, inverters, choppers, controllers) is presented as related to the development of low emission vehicles.
Choose Four Courses:
- Power Electronics
- Power Systems
- Alternative Energy Sources
- Electric Vehicle Technology
- Fundamentals of Solar Energy Engineering
- Solar Energy Engineering
- Advanced Graduate Project
UMass Lowell is a leader in graduate certificate education. Graduate certificates provide focused information and expertise to practitioners seeking to better meet the complex and changing requirements of their work. In most cases, graduate certificate course credit may be applied to a Master’s degree program. Most certificates consist of four three-credit courses.
Graduate certificate programs are designed for students holding a baccalaureate degree in a field related to the certificate program. The application fee is $50, and no graduate record exam (GRE) is required.
- Institution Name: University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell)
- Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
- Address: 883 Broadway Street, Dugan Hall, Lowell, MA 01854
- Website: http://www.uml.edu/grad/
- Name: Dr. Ziyad Salameh
- Title: Program Contact
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 978-934-3333