em555 | Graduate
Energy Sector Management
This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Generation of Electricity and its Delivery
- Describe methods of producing, storing, and transporting electricity.
- Explain the importance of electric loads in the utility industry.
- Explain how electric utilities have evolved.
Nonrenewable Energy Sources
- Define nonrenewable energies and their implications on the environment.
- Explain how nonrenewable energies produce electricity.
- Compare the costs of nonrenewable energy sources.
Renewable Energy Sources
- Define renewable energies and their implications on the environment.
- Explain how renewable energies produce electricity.
- Compare the costs of renewable energy sources.
Corporate Social Responsibilities and Ethical Considerations
- Identify the governmental agencies that oversee the energy sector.
- Explain how environmental challenges affect operations within the energy sector.
- Apply ethical boundaries to energy management strategies.
Introduction to Energy
- Define types of energy.
- Summarize the history of energy and its usage.
- Identify reasons for the increase in energy demand and its effect on consumption projections.
Energy Sector Employment
- Compare the employees of different energy organizations.
- Evaluate management positions and responsibilities within the energy sector.
- Describe the changing demographics in the energy sector and how they have impacted management styles.
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