Fuel Cells & Hybrid Technology Minor - Is it for me?
Kettering is committed to being a leader for the development of fuel cell systems and components, and providing industry with highly educated and professionally trained graduates. Our integrated educational vision includes a unique national model for preparing graduates to contribute to the commercialization and acceleration of the hydrogen and fuel cell economy.
Our approach provides an inter-disciplinary curriculum that includes courses from Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Business. Additionally, the Fuel Cells & Hybrid Technology Minor provides an integrated experience beginning at the Freshman year with alternative energy, hydrogen, and fuel cell topics within certain core courses, and concludes with more focused electives required at the senior level.
The 168 credit minor is available for all engineering students as well as for students within Chemistry and Applied Physics degree programs. For additional information regarding the curriculum and course descriptions please see the links provided.
Fuel Cells & Hybrid Technology Minor students may also have the opportunity to work with faculty and graduate students on various research projects sponsored by Kettering's Center for Fuel Cell Systems Integration.
If you have any questions about the Fuel Cells & Hybrid Technology Minor please contact either:
Fuel Cell Technology & Clean Energy: Alternative Energy Education for a Changing World
In the next few years, strides in fuel cell technology will forever change our concept of alternative energy systems and will become the driver of the next growth wave of the world s economy. The Kettering University Center for Fuel Cell Systems & Powertrain Integration Center is poised to contribute to the development, advancement and integration of this revolutionary technology. Both automotive transportation and consumer applications powered with fuel cells will ensure a 21st Century future that offers clean and sustainable mobility for generations to come. With proper training of its workforce, Michigan can sustain its economic role in the automotive sector and leverage that superiority to become a leader in the market for micropower systems for home, business and portable electronics applications.
|MECH-521 Energy & Environmental Systems Design||EE-320/321 Electronics I & Laboratory|
|MECH-526 Fuel Cell Science and Engineering||MECH-545 Hybrid Electric Vehicles|
|CHEM-245 Applied Chemistry for Engineers||EE-524 Fuel Cell Packaging|