Wednesday – January 16, 2019

Energy Engineering Technology (2017-2018)

School of Technology and Applied Sciences / Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Career Cluster

Center for Energy Conservation and Advanced Manufacturing (ECAM) at the Oak Creek Campus


For Information: 414-297-6315
Oak Creek Campus, 414-571-4500

The Energy Engineering Technology certificate is designed to help prepare students to fully understand energy measures and conversions and their use in the sustainability of facilities.

Topics include preparing students to audit buildings, commission systems for new construction and re-commission existing buildings, as well as retro-commission existing buildings.

The material covered will benefit students who are or want to become an energy manager, energy auditor, commissioning agent, LEED Accredited Professional and/or Measurement and Verification Specialist. Emphasis is placed on cost-effective energy options, energy management systems, facilities management systems, HVAC and other systems surrounding resource management in commercial and industrial buildings.


Curriculum effective 2017-18. 

Current MATC students should consult their Academic Program Plan for specific curriculum requirements. 






Energy Auditing and Managing Energy Use ‡




Commissioning Process: Sustainability and
Energy Efficiency ‡




Measurement and Verification ‡




Environmental Controls Technician




‡ Prerequisite required.
All credits must be earned at MATC with a 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher. Upon completion of the certificates's requirements, the student's transcript is notated with the credential earned.

Some certificates can be earned while completing associate degrees and/or technical diplomas that are eligible for financial aid. Certificate programs alone are not eligible for financial aid; consult an MATC advisor for information.

Curriculum requirements are subject to change.

For class times and locations or to register online, visit INFOnline.

Current MATC students should consult their Academic Program Plan for specific curriculum requirements.

Page updated March 2017.