Renewable Energy Development
Graduate Certificate in Renewable Energy Assessment and Development
The College of Natural Resources (CNR) is offering the Graduate Certificate in Renewable Energy Assessment and Development (RED). However, applications are currently on hold. This 100% online program provides students and professionals the opportunity to earn recognized academic and industry credentials in the renewable energy industry by covering the technical, policy and financial aspects of renewable energy project development. The interdisciplinary approach allows individuals to gain a comprehensive understanding of renewables and be able to better incorporate their professional experience and expertise in the industry.
The program has rolling admissions so you can enroll anytime. Classes are taken during spring and fall semesters, so check NCSU’s academic calendar. Individuals who already have a bachelor’s or master’s degree and want to update their skills, or those who want to broaden their knowledge in the field may also be interested in the Certificate Program.
Note: The courses offered here are part of the Master’s in Environmental Assessment, but anyone can apply to the program. Individuals who are thinking of completing a master’s degree program but are not yet enrolled as a student may take these courses and, if qualified, may transfer these credits to a master’s degree. Read the Eligibility section.
Interested? Request for more information here. You can also view this 7-minute FAQ video here. We are not currently taking applications for the Graduate Certificate Program however, you can apply to take the courses offered in the program as a Non-Degree Studies (NDS) student.
Apply as an NDS student.
Are you an NCSU undergraduate? Consider the Renewable Energy Assessment Minor.