Students who are considering graduate school usually begin with a master’s degree whether they intend to pursue a doctoral degree or not. The master’s degree provides in-depth training in a specific field. The usefulness of this degree lies in the wide range of applications, both professionally and academically. An Master of Science, or MSc, in Energy provides these benefits for students in engineering and similar fields.
What is an MSc in Energy? What does this course of study entail? Students may choose to specialize in a number of different areas. They might choose an Energy Engineering Master’s Program where they learn about the practical aspects of collecting, using, and dividing energy from many different sources. Students may choose a course of study that focuses on nuclear energy or a program that covers energy and resource management.
There are many benefits to studying in the field of energy. As the world’s need for reliable and renewable energy, the demand for skilled professionals is also growing. Graduates should be able to enjoy job security and a great deal of choice when it comes to which part of the field and which part of the world they would like to work. Those graduates with an advanced degree can often enjoy a broader range of choices than other job applicants.
The actual costs of applying for, participating in, and completing an MSC in Energy program will vary from one school to another, especially as students cross international borders. For specific information, prospective students should contact individual schools.
Employers in this field are often looking for graduates with some degree of experience in addition to their academic success. With a combination of both, graduates can expect to find jobs with titles such as policy analyst, energy risk management, budget analyst, vehicle energy management engineer, energy management administrator, energy auditor, and energy efficiency communications manager. Employers for these jobs are often looking for those with good interpersonal skills, who are problem solvers, and who have a good understanding of the energy business, whether this is in a regulatory or a market perspective.
In order to apply for a course of study, review the listings provided on this website. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The Master in Energy Systems Management at the University of San Francisco is designed for people who seek the skills and knowledge to work in the dramatically changing world of electrical generation, distribution, conservation, and use with a focus on renewable energy. [+]
A comprehensive range of subjects is studied covering the whole spectrum of natural gas engineering, providing a sound base from which to select an area of specialised study. [+]
MSc Energy Systems and Thermal Processes is designed to equip graduates and practicing engineers with an in-depth understanding of the fundamental issues of energy thrift and environmental consequences of irrational use of energy resources in the industrial and commercial sectors. [+]
Graduates of the Energy Engineering and Management master program have acquired a comprehensive overview of present and future energy systems and their elements. [+]
The proposed MSc program places special emphasis on scientific research. It seeks to foster and embrace entirely new ideas and novel approaches to scientific discovery in the field of fossil fuels exploration and offshore constructions. [+]
The MSc Sustainable Energy and Entrepreneurship is offered by the Department of Architecture and Built Environment in conjunction with the Nottingham University Business School. This course provides students with advanced skills in renewable energy, energy efficiency and business... [+]
The 'Environmental and Energy Management' Master’s degree programme aims to prepare future private, public and NGO decision-makers to analyse issues and act in an environmentally pro-active way. [+]
The degree course is intended for postgraduates with a clear affinity for management and/or technology as a result of their educational background or of their working experience, as well as for private, public and NGO decision-makers who wish to become environmental and energy specialists.During the first part of the programme (lecture-period) all students attend the theoretical part of the program. The main themes are:
-- Principles of governance, environmental and energy policy, environmental and energy planning, environmental and energy regulation, environmental impact assessment-- Principles of environmental and energy management, corporate strategies, accounting, reviews, management systems, auditing and certification, integration with health, safety and quality management, resource-management, integral chain management, communication, management and advising skills-- Principles of cleaner production, production technology, clean-up technology, clean technology, environmental technology, energy saving technology.Besides the lectures there will be training classes and workshops on for example communication, stress management and water technology.... [-]
The most important direction of energy development for in coming years in most of countries of the world this is the one considered to be based on a significant increase [+]
Designed with today’s environmental managers in mind this MSc integrates the scientific, social, economic and political factors involved environmental decision making. [+]
The programme considers passive (building fabric) and active measures (building services and renewable energy technologies) setting out what approach may be taken when considering new build or, as is becoming increasingly important the existing building stock. Alongside this students will gain the skills needed to asses these options on a whole life basis with an appreciation for how the financial and business case can be made for such approaches. The programme is closely linked with the schools Sustainable Built Environments Research Group (SBERG) and will be informed by the cutting edge research carried out by the group considering technical, behavioural and social issues associated with the delivery of sustainable built environments [+]
The Master of Science (MSc) course in Energy Engineering is aimed at students trained as general engineers with skills on the new technologies relevant to the energy conversion and its rational use. Candidates will be required to plan, design and manage energy systems blending creative solutions with up-to-date technologies relative to energy conversion and efficiency enhancement. [+]
Interested in career in energy for our society? Want to be involved in development of rapidly-changing, future energy systems? Master Program in Advanced Energy Solutions may be the perfect match for you. [+]
The MSc Global Energy and Climate Policy (GECP) is the first Masters programme to jointly address the issues of climate and energy policy in an interdisciplinary fashion. It tackles policy and regulatory change, the historical and technological evolution of energy sources, energy markets and their participants, the global governance of climate change as well as the challenges associated with transitioning to a low-carbon economy. [+]
Energy policy processes dominate - We make the energy transition [+]
MSc in Digital Power Management Energy Economic processes dominate - We make the energy transition
You wantplay an active role as an employee of the utility industry in the transformation of our energy system? the know-how required for the Change Management Learning? identify new business opportunities for your company and assess? understand how detailed consumption data and state power generation and electricity sales will change sustainable? know the contribution of information technologies in this case? more practical and at the same time additional technical knowledge, without giving up the occupation?
Then, the part-time master's program offers Digital Power Management (M.Sc.) at the University Fresenius optimal conditions for your professional development. Short Profile of the program The liberalization of the energy industry, the rapid digitization of energy management processes and applied for decades to energy transition presenting energy providers today enormous challenges. The requirements for the employees of the energy sector to rise while steadily changing in ever shorter cycles. The energy industry is looking increasingly executives who know the energy management processes in a rapidly changing market, possess technical expertise and dominate important legal bases in the field of energy supply and generation. But they must also be familiar with the possibilities of modern information and communication technologies. The new part-time master degree program Digital Energy Management at the Hochschule Fresenius forms such energy experts. Besides energy business knowledge and extensive knowledge in the area of leadership and change and innovation management are taught. Trained energy managers can adopt... [-]
Our energy system is rapidly evolving. There are big challenges ahead of us, including mitigating climate change, securing our long-term energy supply, and providing access to sustainable energy for everyone. This two-year Master’s programme in Energy Science at Utrecht University offers an interdisciplinary approach for anyone prepared to tackle these challenges. [+]