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Sustainability Technologies

The Sustainability Technologies curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for employment in environmental, construction, renewable energy, or related industries, where key emphasis is placed on energy production and waste reduction along with sustainable technologies. Course work includes renewable energy, green building technology, and environmental technologies. Additional topics may include sustainability, energy management, waste reduction, renewable energy, site assessment, and environmental responsibility. Graduates should qualify for positions within the renewable energy, construction, and/or environmental industries. Employment opportunities exist in both the government and private industry sectors where graduates may function as renewable energy technicians, sustainability consultants, environmental technicians or green building supervisors.

Core Courses (24 – 25 Semester Hours):

  • Environmental Science or Environmental Biology
  • Introduction to Sustainability
  • Energy Use Analysis
  • Issues in Sustainability

Select one of the following Subject Areas:

Renewable Energy

  • Renewable Energy Tech
  • Photovoltaic Sys Tech
  • Thermal Systems
  • Modeling Renewable Energy
Green Building
  • Construction I
  • Green Building & Design Concepts
  • Building Science
  • Building Codes or Codes and Inspections


Gene Williams
Instructor, Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration
Edenton Campus Office: 400A
(252) 482-7900 x 2429
gene_williams@albemarle.edu

Career Information Guides

Environmental Science and Protection Technicians

Green Construction

Solar Photovoltaic Installers

Wind Turbine Technicians

If you are undecided about your program of study or need further assistance visit Career Services.

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