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Energy Management

Energy Management is an interdisciplinary program that provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary for the growing workforce needs in the energy sector. You will learn to apply emerging renewable energy sources, understand energy efficiency, and navigate energy policy so that you can support and direct the energy needs of organizations and communities.

What to expect from the program

The program focuses on the professional side of the energy industry to rapidly familiarize students with innovative and emerging technology trends such as microgeneration, supply chain management, and community energy and emissions planning. The interdisciplinary approach of this program provides learners with a suite of skills to be effective in an industry that innovates frequently.

At the end of Year 2, students will have the option of completing a 16-week paid internship as a competitive elective.

Graduate with experience

NorQuest College believes in the importance of on-the-job experience that provides an enriched learning opportunity.

This program includes an optional co-op placement of 600 hours.

Career opportunities

The Energy Management diploma program prepares graduates for employment at the technology level with excellent potential for upward mobility as job experience grows.

Graduates will find employment opportunities in a variety of settings including electrical utility companies, government, consulting firms, oil and gas, and facilities management. Energy Management graduates can pursue many different careers in the energy industry including:

  • energy advisors
  • energy analysts
  • energy assessors
  • energy auditors
  • energy consultants
  • energy managers
  • project managers

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