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Graduate Concentrations

Energy Science and Engineering

This concentration is offered in collaboration with the Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education. The Bredesen Center is a joint effort between the College of Engineering, other University of Tennessee colleges, and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Students who wish to pursue this concentration will normally have completed 6 Core credit hours, 3 credit hours of Knowledge Breadth, and 6 credit hours of Knowledge Specialization coursework (minimum 15 hours) specified under the Energy Science and Engineering major, (PhD) program section of the Graduate Catalog.

 

 

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