Courses

Energy Efficiency Courses at UC Davis

Students: Be part of a sustainable energy future!

The EEC and its affiliate centers have created specialized Energy Efficiency courses to address the most urgent, timely topics. These can be taken as electives or undergraduate students can opt for the minor in Energy Efficiency and graduate students can apply for the upcoming UC Davis Energy Graduate Group (EGG).

Graduate Courses in Energy Efficiency

QuarterInstructorUnitsCRNCourseDescriptionDay/TimeRoom
Winter 2014N. Biggart3  Strategic Innovations for Energy Efficiency TBD
Winter 2014N. Biggart1  History of Business TBD
Winter 2014A. Meier   The Economics of Energy Efficiency TBD
        
Winter 2014K. Kornbluth  D-Lab I: Overview of Energy and Development TBD
Winter 2014D. Rapson483850ECN125Energy Economics: Efficiency In Energy MarketsW 6:10-9pm1322 Storer
Spring 2014K. Kornbluth 41291289A-004A Path to Zero Net Energy - A Hands-on Approach to Energy EffiencyT/R 2:10-4:00

West Village
1720 Jade Street
Room DAC 123

Spring 2014K. Kornbluth 41294 289A-007D-Lab II - Energy and Development: Designing for the Market Hands-on Approach to Energy Effiency T/R 10:00-11:50

West Village
1720 Jade Street
Room DAC 123

Undergraduate Courses in Energy Efficiency

CRNCourse #InstructorTitleUnitsQtrPrerequisites
57826DES 136AM. SiminovitchLighting Technology and Interior Design4FallDES 1,14,16,21,134A (134B recommended)
59552-5ECI 143F. LogeGreen Engineering Design & Sustainability4FallRestricted to ENG majors
29724ECI 125M. ModeraBuilding Energy Performance4Winter 
28003DES 136BM. SiminovitchDesigning with Light4WinterDES 136A
54036ECN 125DS RapsonEfficiency in energy markets4Winter 
54037ECN 125DS RapsonEfficiency in energy markets4Winter 
27960DES 137AK PapamichaelPrinciples of Daylighting4SpringDES 134A, 134B (DES 50 recommended)