Power Engineering Certificate
Gain practical skills in maintenance and repair of boilers and turbines, and electricity and control of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Students learn to operate and maintain pumps, compressors and generators, and to prepare, test and inspect plant equipment.
Application Deadline (Fall 2017): August 28, 2017
Graduates start careers in power generating plants, petrochemical and industrial plants of all kinds, hospitals and other large building complexes, and heating/refrigeration equipment supply and maintenance firms.
Tuition & Fees (Cost per semester)
Cost Per Credit: $223
Tuition Cap: $2,167
Cost Per Credit: $747
Tuition Cap: $7,260