Examine the interdisciplinary relationships involved in the business of energy production and utilization along with associated environmental management, regulatory and policy issues. This major will provide a strong foundation for students interested in pursuing a career in the growing energy and environmental sectors of the economy, whether in private business, government, consulting, or for entrepreneurial ventures of their own design.
|WVUE 191 – First Year Seminar||PLSC 206 – Principles of Plant Science|
|ARE 187 – Energy Resource Economics||ARE 150 – Introductory Agricultural and Agribusiness Economics
|ENGL 101 – Intro to Composition and Rhetoric
||GEF 5, 6 or 7|
|BIOL 101 and 103 – General Biology||GEF 5, 6 or 7
|MATH 150 – Applied Calculus
For full suggested course schedule, class descriptions and more information on General Education Foundations (GEF) see the course catalog.
One of the first students to graduate from the E*QUAD program, Young spent time in the industry before returning to WVU to pursue a master’s degree in energy systems engineering.Read More About Will