64-65 credit hours.
By enrolling in the Renewable Energy program, you develop broad technical knowledge and skills; you learn about electronics, electrical systems, mechanical systems, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. As you progress through your classes, you choose to focus on Solar Systems, Wind Systems, or Green Systems. When you complete this program, you can seek employment in an area where there is rapid growth in employment opportunities as a technician in renewable energy, energy assessment and management, environmental controls, and automation and controls.
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