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Renewable Energy and Wind Technology
"Wind power production presents an opportunity to diversify the agricultural economy, the backbone of many rural communities, and it also helps protect the environment by making use of a clean and green renewable source of energy." -- Illinois Wind Website
An excellent major to prepares you for a rewarding career in solving tomorrow's energy problems, This new major is an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of identifying and solving the need for renewable energy. You'll develop the skills necessary in a broad range of careers in the biofuels industry, such as;
- Policy Analyst
Why Choose Renewable Energy and Wind Technology at WIU?
The Interdisciplinary Studies Program is intended to give students transferable skills. Courses articulated in the concentrations or those selected by the student in consultation with their adviser encourage students to think critically, comprehend what they read, communicate orally, and write effectively. In addition, students may enroll in an internship to help them incorporate relevant work-site experiences with academic courses they have taken or plan to take.