Wind turbines near Milford, Utah
|Professor Marc Bodson||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Prof. Bodson's web page|
|Professor Masood Parvania||Email: email@example.com||Prof. Parvania's web page|
|Professor Mostafa Sahraei-Ardakani||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Prof. Sahraei-Ardakani's web page|
|Professor Arn Stolp||Email: email@example.com||Prof. Stolp's web page|
|Professor John Palmer||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Prof. Palmer's web page|
|Professor Hyde Merrill||Email: email@example.com||Prof. Merrill's web page|
Students interested in power engineering should plan on taking as many of the following classes as possible.
||Introduction to Electric Power Engineering||Fall, Junior year|
|ECE 3300*||Fundamentals of Electromagnetics and Transmission Lines||Fall, Junior or Senior year|
|ECE 3500*||Fundamentals of Signals and Systems||Fall, Junior or Senior year|
|ECE 3510||Introduction to Feedback Systems||Spring, Junior year|
|ECE 5610||Power Electronics Fundamentals||Fall, Junior year|
|ECE 5620||Power Systems Analysis||Spring, Junior year|
|ECE 5630/6630||Economic Operation of Power Systems||Fall, Senior year|
|ECE 5640/6640||Power System Security Analysis||Spring, Senior year|
|ECE 5670/6670||Control of Electric Motors||Spring, Junior or Senior year|
|ECE 5671/6671||Electric Generators||Fall, Senior year|
|ECE 5960/6960||Power Systems Protection (even years)
||Fall, Senior year|
|ECE 5960||Electrical Forensic Engineering and Failure Analysis (odd years)||Fall, Senior year|
|ECE 5960/6960||Power System Planning and Design||Spring, Senior year|
|ECE 5960/6960||Modern Power Transmission||Spring, Senior year|
* ECE 3300 and 3500 are not required for the program, but are recommended and may serve as breadth electives.
For course descriptions, check http://catalog.utah.edu/ then select Course Descriptions, then filter using the prefix ECE.Control systems courses: the power engineering program is closely connected to control systems. Information about control courses is available at: www.ece.utah.edu/~bodson/advising/index.html.
AC/DC, what does it mean?
For more information, please check http://www.ece.utah.edu/scholarships.
The IEEE's Power and Energy Society also created the PES Scholarship Plus Initiative with the goal of increasing the number of well-qualified, entry-level engineers to the power and energy industry. For more information, please check http://www.ee-scholarship.org.
Generators and control room at the Intermountain Power Project, Delta, Utah