Potential customers for an alternative/biofuels program cross many industries, including those in energy (ethanol, biodiesel, electricity distribution, solar, and wind), food processing, chemical processing, biological processing, and associated service industries. Potential employment settings include ethanol plants, refineries, commodity manufacturing plants, and energy processing and distribution plants. Specific classes of job categories include typical manufacturing plant positions such as engineering technicians, process operators, process technicians, maintenance technicians, and science technicians.
This certificate is a specialized program that requires strong skills with a foundation in math, science, communications, computing, and management.
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Effects of Alternative Fuels
We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.
This is a General Education or Elective course to be selected and therefore has no schedule link.