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Medallion courses for summer are still being added to the class schedule.
Applications of renewable energy systems for residential use will be covered, including system selection and sizing. Economic and life cycle analysis will be used to evaluate solar, geothermal and wind power systems.
This course will cover in detail the tools and methods of in-situ soil testing, as well as the interpretations of the test results. It will offer students an increased knowledge base of modern testing methods outside of conventional lab settings. Students will learn to:
Quantitative methods of utilizing remote sensing technology for terrain analysis. Digital image processing of landsat and/or aircraft scanner data for mineral resource studies and geological engineering applications. Prerequisite: Geo Eng 5146. (Co-listed with Geology 6341).
This course is part of the Geoanalytics and Geointelligence graduate certificate program.
Examination of the field of organizational development theories and interventions. An emphasis is placed on research methods and application of practices related to individual processes, group processes, and organizational structures and functions that impact change and development strategies and interventions. Prerequisite: Psych 4602 or graduate standing.