Elective Courses


Any energy-related course offered at Notre Dame may be used as an elective for the Energy Studies Minor. This list varies from semester to semester and may not include all options. Additional courses, including those taken abroad, may be acceptable with pre-approval. A course that teaches a skill that can be applied to energy may be used with pre-approval and proof that some assignments were energy related. Such courses are not included on this list. Use the ENST attribute in Class Search or NOVO to find approved electives.

New this year, there are more courses listed specifically under ND Energy (ENER). In most cases, this guarantees seats for Energy Studies minors. Once those seats are filled, students may register through a cross-listed section. 

Energy Studies minors are required to have the pre-requisites before registering for a course. If minor students believe they can handle the course material or if a class is full, students should contact the professor directly. ND Energy is not able to get students into classes.
 
For additional information or questions, contact Anne Berges Pillai, apillai@nd.edu.
Fall 2020 - Elective Course Offerings
Actinide Chemistry CE60382
Adv. Chm. Engnr Thermodynamics CBE60553-01
Analysis and Modeling of Hydro CE40456-01
Audio Technology EE40345-01
Chemical Engng Thermodyn I CBE20260-01
Chemical Reaction Engineering CBE40445-01
Climate Change and Environmental Policy MGA60206
Computational Fluid Dynamics AME50532-01
Earth Focus PHYS10033-01
PHYS20333-01
Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles EE40472-01
Electricity & Magnetism PHYS30471-01
Electromagnetic Fields EE30348-01
Engineering Physics II: EM PHYS10320-01
Environmental Biotechnology CE40330-01
Environmental Ethics: Ethical Reasoning in the Anthropocene THEO20845
Environmental Microbiology CE40350
Environmental Systems I ARCH40411-01
Environment, Food, & Society SOC20666
Ethics of Emerging Weapon Tech PHIL20628-01
PHIL20628-02
PHIL20628-03
Food and Environmental Journalism (1 cred) JED30138
Fundamentals of Semiconductors EE30347-01
Gas Turbines and Propulsion AME40431-01
General Ecology BIOS30312-01
BIOS30312-02
SUS30312-01
Geochemistry CE40300-01
SC40300-01
History of US National Security Policy since the 1890s HIST10750
Inter. Fluid Mechanics AME60635-01
Intro Environmental Engr CE30300-01
CE30300-75
Intro to Chemical Engineering CBE20255-01
CBE20255-02
Intro to Solid State Physics PHYS50501-01
Mechanics II AME20222-01
Nanoscience and Technology CBE40477-01
CHEM40477-01
National Security in a Dangerous World (1 cred) POLS40350
Naval Ships Systems I NSCI30301-01
Our Global Environment HIST30998-01
Physical Chemistry I CHEM30321-01
Physical Gas Dynamics AME60632-01
Physics C: Thermo & Relativity PHYS20433-01
Physics of Astrophysics PHYS50201-01
Physics of Cells PHYS50401-01
Physics of Computation EE67032
Powering the IoT Ecosystem EE67060
Principles of Physics I PHYS10111
Radioactivity & Society PHYS10063-01
PHYS20063-01
Science & Strategy of Nucl War PHYS20065-01
Science, Technology & Society ANTH20556-01
CDT20510-01
KSGA20999-01
STV20556-01
Soc Con Sem: Energy & Climate CSC33985-01*
Soc. Factors & Sustainability ARCH40312-01
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management CE60340
Sustainable e-Transportation EE67059
Sustainability: Princ & Pract ANTH20011-01
SUS20010-01
SUS20010-02
Sustainability Through the Catholic Social Tradition (1 cred) CST23451
The Revolt of Nature: the Literary Anthropocene ENGL20722
ENGL40722
Thermal Physics PHYS30461-01
Transport Phenomena I CBE30355-01
Transport Phenomena II CBE30356-01
Transportation Engineering CE40620-01
(Un)Sustainable Philosophies PHIL20650
Water, Disease & Global Health CE40355
CE60355
BIOS60610
Writing the Anthropocene ENGL30009

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