Graduate Program of Advanced Energy
The Graduate Program of Advanced Energy has been enrolling students since the 2010 academic year. The Program combines teaching and research resources from the College of Engineering, College of Nuclear Science, College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Science, College of Life Science, and College of Technology Management. Well-designed cross-department and cross-college serial courses include, but are not limited to: "Energy-saving Technology," "Renewable and New Energy Technology," "Energy Technology and Environmental Impact," "Energy Economy and Society," "Energy and Global Change," "Green Enterprises and Products Management," "Energy Policy," and "Energy-related Special Technology".
- To enhance human resources with a "comprehensive and professional" understanding of "energy."
- To implement the conclusions of "Vision and Strategies for National Sustainable Development" and "National Science and Technology Conference."
- To develop cross-disciplinary green technology experts.