Energy Engineering graduates will be able to develop in areas such as design, operation, distribution and management of renewable and fossil fuels, applying efficient and sustainable technologies. Furthermore, graduates are committed to strive and serve society and improve our world.
The program leading to a B.S. degree in Energy Engineering at UDLAP guides, nurtures, and prepare students to become alumni who within five years after graduation are expected to achieve one or more of the following milestones:
PEO # 1: Career
Work as professionals within engineering or related areas, and/or participate in research and development in science, engineering, technology and entrepreneurship.
PEO #2: Practice
Practice Energy Engineering in the design, improvement or implementation of processes within their organization labor.
PEO #3: Continuous Learning
Continually expand their skill-set and knowledge, if required, through independent study or high-level training such as professional certifications or graduate degrees.
PEO #4: Leadership & Professional Engagement
Achieve and maintain positions of influence with relevant impact in their organizations, demonstrating professional engagement, ethical and social responsibility.