Integrated Energy Management, BS—Integrated Power Systems Specialization

About the Integrated Power Systems Specialization

At CWU, we believe in building a community that is powered by sustainable and reliable energy systems. Our Integrated Power Systems Specialization is designed to prepare you to meet the challenges of designing, building, and maintaining modern energy systems that are integrated and interconnected. Our program offers classes that combine theoretical and practical coursework in power generation, transmission, and distribution systems, as well as renewable energy technologies, energy storage systems, and smart grid technologies. 

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Why Study Integrated Power Systems at CWU?

Our Integrated Power Systems program offers many opportunities for real experience in energy power systems.

Laboratory work, projects, and internships with industry partners is essential for you to develop practical skills that are highly valued by employers. You’re also in the perfect location. Located in the heart of Washington state, you will study power energy technologies like solar, wind, nuclear, and hydropower that are a short drive from campus.

“Our first graduate did a double major in power systems and mechanical engineering. She did a six-month apprenticeship and was offered a full-time position six months before she graduated. We’ve been able to replicate that success story many times.” Elvin Delgado is a professor in the Integrated Energy Management Program.

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How much does this program cost?  

Explore information on Cost, Aid, and Value to make an informed decision about investing in your education at CWU. 

Where can I find more information?

Please visit the CWU Academic Catalog for current information about admission requirements, course descriptions, learner outcomes, and credit information. 

Careers and Opportunities

Graduates can work in a variety of settings or pursue further education, such as a master's degree or Ph.D., to specialize in a particular area of energy systems. Ultimately, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of sustainable, efficient, and reliable energy systems, making a positive impact on society and the environment.

  • Power Systems Engineer: Design and maintain electrical power systems for large buildings, power plants, or the grid.
  • Energy Analyst: Analyze and model energy usage and demand to optimize energy systems and reduce costs.
  • Smart Grid Engineer: Design and implement technologies that enable two-way communication between power providers and consumers, optimizing energy distribution.
  • Operations Manager: Oversee the day-to-day operation of power systems, ensuring efficiency, safety, and reliability.

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