SDG 7. Affordable and Clean Energy - Undergraduate Courses


The Future is Solar (Byrne Seminar) (01:090:101)
School of Arts and Sciences

In this seminar, students will learn how an improved understanding of photosynthesis in simple organisms such as photosynthetic bacteria, can harness solar energy for a variety of applications

Energy, Carbon and the Environment (Byrne Seminar) (01:090:101)
School of Arts and Sciences
The seminar develops critical thinking and decision-making strategies for carbon-based energy sourcing.

Energy Economics and Policy (11:373:335)
Department of Environmental and Business Economics, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

The course addresses policies related to the transportation, power, heat, and electricity and examines objectives that can be stated in economic terms. 

Harnessing Solar Energy (01:694: 414)
Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, School of Arts and Sciences

This course covers strategies invented by nature to absorb and convert solar energy into other forms for storage or work (force generation).

Introduction to Bioenergy Technologies (11:776:112)
Department of Plant Science, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

This course provides an introductory understanding of biomass and biomass to low-carbon energy systems including biopower, bioheat, and biofuels, with a scientific examination of feedstocks, conversion technologies, and scale up for industrial production, end products, and their applications.

Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all