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An MSc, or Master of Science, is an academic distinction bestowed upon those who effectively complete a predetermined set of coursework in what is often a science-based discipline. The MSc often enhances career opportunities as well as earning potential.
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The master's programme Renewable Energy Online (REO) qualifies you in the field of renewable energy technologies, systems, and sustainability. REO is an English-language, part-time study programme with a technical focus, aiming for engineers and natural scientists with a first university degree and at least one year of professional experience.
This MSc offers a broad-based, social sciences training in energy policy, focusing in particular on the role of technological innovation.
The Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Management program (MSSEM) focuses on renewable energy production, transformation, distribution, and management. It is designed to provide students with a well-balanced education in the areas of renewable energy science, engineering, and management.
The part-time MSc Renewable Energy Systems is the first cross-border program in Europe dealing with the future issues of alternative energy production. Since 2005, TU Wien, Energiepark Bruck/Leitha, and further partner organizations across Europe have offered this practice-oriented master’s program.
The M.Sc. Sustainable Critical Infrastructure (M.Sc. in SCI) program will be conducive to developing highly skilled researchers and workforce and attracting substantial government and industry interest. The academic program is designed to develop core capabilities, through the integration of coursework and research that is critical to the region. The current scope of the academic programs provides the following set of core capabilities: advanced materials, thermal-fluid sciences, water, and environmental technologies, power systems, computational and information sciences, policy and economic modeling, engineering systems, Microsystems, and chemical processes.
In this master track, you will focus on becoming an authority on Sustainable Energy Systems.
Climate change, growing populations and limited fossil fuel resources mean that demand for renewable energy continues at an ever-increasing rate. Use of renewable resources and the application of renewable energy technologies will play a major role in future energy supply. Renewable energy is now at the heart of every informed discussion concerning energy sustainability, security and affordability. Graduates can expect to go on to a wide range of careers across the industrial and public sector.
The boom in the photovoltaic industry shows no signs of abating. Germany has been and will be one of the leading drivers of technology and development in this sector. To prosper and maintain a leading position in the renewable energy and photovoltaics markets of the future, companies will require superbly trained specialists who are capable of channeling their skills into research and development.
Developed by leading UK academics, the International Project Management masters at GCU gives a world-renowned and fully accredited postgraduate degree.
The MSc in Energy Systems is aimed at those students who wish to develop a high impact career in the booming energy sector.
This course can provide you with advanced skills in renewable energy, energy efficiency and business.
This programme gives an overview of the provision and use of energy in the world today but allows the student to specialise in the rapidly expanding area of renewable energy engineering. The programme is aimed at students wishing to develop a critical understanding of the significant changes afoot in the energy sector due to the development and integration of wind, marine, biomass and solar technologies.
The MSc in Global Energy Management (GEM) is an intensive course aiming to produce future leaders in the energy sector.
The MSc Global Energy and Climate Policy (GECP) is the first Master's 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.
The aims of the MSc in Oil, Gas and Energy Engineering are to prepare graduate students to succeed in a constantly growing, demanding, and highly competitive technological world; provide specialization and extensive knowledge on the area of oil and gas energy engineering; create an academic environment conducive to learning new oil and gas energy engineering concepts and technologies; introduce graduate students to research on advanced oil, gas and energy engineering topics; cultivate analytical skills and critical thinking; promote engineering ethics and moral practices.