FAQs

What will I get from the Energy Accounting Certificate?

Students will learn to benchmark building energy use with spreadsheets and ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager.

Utility rate schedules, weather adjustments, and life cycle cost analysis methods will be used to better inform financial decision making for potential energy-efficiency projects.

What is the cost of the Energy Accounting Certificate?

The cost of the certificate will depend on whether the student is taking the courses for credit or non-credit. For credit, the certificate total is $616 for both courses. Non-credit, each course will cost $328. For more information refer to the 2014-2015 Tuition & Fees Schedule.

How long does it take to complete the Energy Accounting Certificate?

The Energy Accounting Certificate consists of two courses: EGMT 1410 Energy Investment Analysis & EGMT 1420 Energy Accounting. Energy Investment Analysis runs from March 16 - May 18, 2015, and Energy Accounting runs from May 27 - July 29,2015.

Where are the courses held?

Both courses are held in the Larry H. Miller Campus, building MFEC, room 206.

When do I receive my Energy Accounting Certificate?

Once completed both courses, students are responsible for requesting their certificate through our "Certificate Request Form" from the Energy Accounting Homepage. Applications will be evaluated to comfirm eligibility of completion.