Be part of the emerging, in-demand field of Renewable Energy Engineering
As the first university in North America to design and offer a Bachelor’s Degree in Renewable Energy Engineering (BSREE), Oregon Tech has led the field since 2005 in producing graduates who develop, promote, and implement sustainable energy technologies across the country and the world. Oregon Tech’s unique Renewable Energy degree prepares graduates for major roles in the clean energy sector, and the renewable energy industry in particular.
The Bachelor of Science in Renewable Energy Engineering program is offered at both Klamath Falls and Portland-Metro (Wilsonville) locations. The Master of Science in Renewable Energy Engineering, first offered in 2012, is offered exclusively at the Portland-Metro location.
The concurrent Bachelor of Science degree in Renewable Energy Engineering and Electrical Engineering is available at both locations. The concurrent Bachelor of Science in Renewable Energy Engineering and Environmental Science is offered in Klamath Falls. Dual majors are available for students at the Portland-Metro campus (Wilsonville).
Graduates of Oregon Tech's Renewable Energy Engineering program would be ideal candidates for engineering jobs in most any organization where a major emphasis is in power generation, power and energy systems design or applications, and energy conversion technologies. More broadly, organizations that work in these energy and renewable technologies need our graduates: energy efficiency and "green" buildings, solar thermal systems, photovoltaics, hydropower, wave and tidal energy, biomass and biofuels resources, wind energy, energy storage, geothermal systems, and alternative transportation systems.