None at this time.





The list of energy-related courses at all 3 universities (CU, CSM and CSU) continues to grow.
CU now offers 50 such courses, up from 19 in 2007. You can see the complete list of energy-related courses here . Many of these courses expose students to real-world energy problems, or provide a new perspective on society's energy challenges. Here is an example of a wind-energy course: TLEN 5830: Energy Communication Networks Communication networks are being integrated into the electric energy grid to create "smart grids". The role of smart grids in creating an efficient, extensible, and resilient energy network is the subject of this class.

At CSM, the school offers an energy minor with renewable energy as an option. Here is the curriculum . In particular, CSM offers a wind energy specific course, EGGN589: Design and Control of Wind Energy Systems