May 23, 2022  
College Catalog 2020-2021 
College Catalog 2020-2021 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Building Performance & Energy Management, AAS

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The Building Performance & Energy Management program is designed to prepare students for careers in the fields of energy management and building automation of high-performance buildings.

You are strongly to work with a counselor, academic advisor, or faculty/department coordinator
Degree & Certificate Requirements  
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Suggested Sequence (May be modified to meet your needs):

Credit Hours Required: 62

Semester 1

Semester 3

Semester 4

Building Performance & Energy Management - Additional Program Information

Program Options
Credential Title Credit Hours Required Notes
Associate of Applied Science   Building Performance & Energy Management 62  
Certificate   Building Performance & Energy Management 47  


Contact Information
Contact Title Name Phone E-mail Location
Professor Lisa Richter 586.445.7191 South Campus

Program Description:

The Building Performance & Energy Management program is designed to prepare students for careers in the fields of energy management and building automation of high-performance buildings.

Program Outcomes:

Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:

  1. Explain the role of energy, sustainability and the current state of the natural environment.
  2. Evaluate and adjust building control settings relating to the buildings various mechanical and electrical systems.
  3. Design a plan to improve building performance using established methods of documentation and validation.
  4. Develop and present a complete energy analysis report.

Career Opportunities:

Building Performance & Energy Management

Transfer Pathways:

Students intending to transfer and complete a bachelor’s degree need to make early decisions concerning an academic major and a transfer destination. Statistics show that students who make these decisions early are more likely to persist to graduation than their undecided counterparts. Students planning to transfer credits earned at Macomb are strongly urged to see a counselor or academic advisor as early as possible in their college careers.

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