Rensselaer’s Hartford Campus Offers Two Distinct Energy Cohort Programs with Course Content Centered around Sustainable Development
HARTFORD, CONN – Sustainability and Energy Systems are two of the hottest and most important concepts in business, science, and engineering today. This spring, the Hartford Campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute will offer two distinct and exciting Energy cohort programs with course content centered on Sustainable Development: the M.S. in Management with a Concentration in Sustainability and Clean Energy Management beginning March 3, and the M.S. in Engineering Science with a Concentration in Sustainable Environmental and Energy Engineering starting April 14.
According to David L. Rainey, Ph.D., Professor of Practice and an expert on sustainable development and energy management, “The M.S. in Management degree with a Concentration in Sustainability and Clean Energy Management provides students with cutting-edge content and learning having a high degree of relatedness to today’s turbulent business world. The students engage in an interactive and dynamic learning environment that is based on sound research and best global practices. Sustainability involves exciting new concepts and methods that leaders, technologists, social scientists and engineers use to exceed the needs, expectations and mandates of a more interconnected world. Clean energy involves the development and applications of energy technologies, renewable energy solutions, and strategic innovations. The body of knowledge includes a broad array of leadership, science, technology, and public policy subjects.”