It is no secret that global warming has pushed the need for energy science to an unprecedented new high. The universities you will attend are at the forefront of making new energy technologies. Geo Thermal, Solar, Hydro Electric, Wind, Ocean and even Cooking Oil are apart of this new frontier. The universities will teach you how. Look for schools who participate in competitions dealing with energy science.

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  • When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
  • Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information 
  • Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession



Covering the world's fastest growing energy source in the world's most promising geographic market." Visit
To back our vision, the team has extensive experience in the oilfield and energy industry. Visit
For 10 years Energy Central has been delivering the daily news to the electric power industry. In 2004 we assembled a team of award-winning editors and journalists to launch a magazine with fresh reporting, analysis and a new perspective on this 100-year-old industry Visit
FUEL had an overwhelming response from the industry submitting its latest on biodiesel and renewable diesel technologies. Visit
Focused on the business of recycling, Recycling Today magazine provides the most comprehensive market coverage for scrap commodity markets, legislative and regulatory issues, as well as business and technical information necessary for effective management in complex markets. Visit
 Hydro Review is the only magazine dedicated to covering the North American hydro industry (Water Power).  Visit
Great online magazine that covers all the ways people are using alternative energy at home. Visit
Windpower Monthly is the leading news magazine of the international wind energy business, publishing non-stop since 1985. Visit
SOLAR TODAY is published by the American Solar Energy Society, Visit