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Advanced Power degree option at MSSU

  • Minor in Advanced Power

Overview of the Advanced Power minor

A minor in Advanced Power may be beneficial if you are pursuing a career that requires knowledge about electrical energy and electrochemistry. Electrochemistry deals with chemical changes produced by electrical current and the production of electricity by chemical reactions, such as in batteries and fuel cells.

An Advanced Power minor from Missouri Southern State University requires 19-20 hours of courses, including:

  • Electronic Circuits
  • Intro to Electrochemistry
  • Test & Evaluation of Electrochemical Devices
  • Design & Modeling of Electrochemical Devices
  • Materials & Processing Methods for Electrochemical Devices
  • Advanced Topics – Electrochemical Devices

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Chemical and Physical Sciences

Marsi E. Archer, Ph.D.
Department Chair, Department of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Professor of Chemistry
Office: Reynolds Hall 221
3950 E. Newman Rd.
Joplin, MO 64801-1595