Our eight degree programs are designed by industry experts and provide practical, hands-on training. Each associate's degree can be completed in as little as 18 months.
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration
For those seeking management and senior-level positions in business and sustainability, it is crucial to develop critical thinking abilities, management knowledge and leadership skills. The flexibility of online learning makes it easy to further education while employed.
Business Administration - Sustainability
Many businesses and organizations are adapting environmentally responsible practices in their management. They need employees with a basic understanding of business and how to create and maintain sustainable practices.
Electrical Engineering Technology
On or off the conventional grid, electrical engineering technicians keep the machines and systems of the green revolution humming. Career opportunities are available in many sectors, including government and manufacturing.
Power Utility Technician
As the energy world gets greener, those with training in clean energy are positioned for the future. In the meantime, controlling systems that generate and distribute electric power requires specialized training.
Renewable Energy Technology
Some researchers predict renewable energy could supply the continental United States with 70% of its electricity demand by 2030. This energy self-sufficiency will require technicians trained in various areas of renewable energy.
Residential Energy Management
The most expensive energy is energy that's wasted. The energy management industry needs trained professionals to help homeowners and businesses save a substantial amount of money each year.
Solar Energy Technology
Solar energy markets are booming in the United States. Being employed in solar energy combines two opportunities into one job: helping the environment while working in a hands-on, in-the-field career.
Wind Energy Technology
Wind power represented nearly half of all new U.S. energy generation capacity added in 2012. Companies are competing for experienced wind technicians, which means there are great opportunities for trained workers.