Many students choose to pursue a master’s degree because of the chance to focus in more narrowly on their area of academic interest. This advanced degree often makes it possible for students to obtain positions with greater impact on their community or access to jobs that are highly sought. The Master of Science in Sustainable Energy might provide all of these advantages.
What is an MSc in Sustainable Energy? This program typically focuses on global problems that relate to energy supplies and the worldwide dilemma of climate change. These students will consider the use of energy conversion technologies and learn about the systems used for enhancing renewable energy resources. Students will learn about the development and use of sun, wind, and biomass technology. They may study about power production and energy conservation. Research is often a critical element in this program.
Graduates of the MSc in Sustainable Energy program will benefit from the advanced knowledge and skills that they have developed. They may have access to leaders in their field during their program and after graduation. Graduates will also find themselves prepared to face the growing need for technological development and research in the field of energy engineering.
The cost of attending a Sustainable Energy master’s program can vary a great deal between schools and countries. Prospective students should consider the many available options in order to determine which situation is best.
Graduates often find job opportunities in the growing field of ecotechnology and sustainable energy. These individuals may choose to work near home as plant engineers, or they might pursue job opportunities on an international level. They typically find employment in both the public and private sector as they accept positions with government agencies or with private consulting firms. Some graduates choose to continue their education and further develop their research opportunities.
In order to apply for this program, prospective students should review the program listings provided on our database. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Our Energy Policy Masters offers a distinct broad-based, interdisciplinary social science training in energy policy, focusing on the challenge of climate change and the r
Our Energy Policy Masters offers a distinct broad-based, interdisciplinary social science training in energy policy, focusing on the challenge of climate change and the role of innovation.
Learn from internationally renowned academics from Sussex's Science Policy Research Unit who are making a global impact and designing and delivering solutions for sustainable futures.
Taught 100% online, you'll join students, academics and researchers from around the world who are bringing their expertise and experience to the virtual classroom. And with six start dates a year (January, March, May, July, September and November), you can start this course when you like and study in your own time, from your own home....
The Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Management program (MSSEM) focuses on renewable energy production, transformation, distribution, and management. It is designe
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 core courses of this program provide the skills and expertise required for a comprehensive understanding of the most recent technological, institutional, and economic issues related to renewable energy sustainability planning and development.
This professional master’s program also addresses the leadership gap in renewable energy and related companies. It provides students with managerial skills that will allow them to monitor complex social-technical systems related to energy and the environment....
The Master's Program Sustainable Energy Technology trains its students to be able to anticipate the change processes in the energy market. Social demand for sustainable e
The Master's Program Sustainable Energy Technology trains its students to be able to anticipate the change processes in the energy market. Social demand for sustainable energy supplies is growing. The generation and use of energy are becoming more efficient and clean all the time. One factor of change is the increasing use of renewable energy sources such as biomass. The energy market is also changing as a result of internationalization and liberalization.
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The departments Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Applied Physics, Architecture, Building and Planning and Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences all cooperate in the Master's Program Sustainable Energy Technology. Graduates from this Master's Program will contribute to the newest developments in sustainable energy technology, and understand the opportunities and limitations involved in its application....
The MSc ANWM is designed to provide skilled and specialized human resources to the European and international states developing nuclear technology and focusing on Dismant
SNEAM/ANWM - Advanced Nuclear Waste Management specializes in nuclear waste management. It develops fundamental scientific, technical and industrial knowledge, has a particular focus on the backend of the nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear waste management, long-term safety, and environmental impact assessment and provides strong insights on dismantlement and decommissioning of nuclear installations.
The master forms engineers exposed to a highly complex scientific environment where technical expertise is omnipresent in the field of nuclear waste management. The program provides:
The scientific knowledge, necessary for nuclear waste management and the capability to understand how to assess long-term safety and environment impacts.
The competencies to master the operational techniques and strategies for the management of nuclear waste.
The appropriate solutions according to the type of waste through project work in the industry.
The possibility to build contacts with a large number of international key players in the field.
The competencies to master dismantlement and decommissioning of nuclear installations.
Societal considerations in the management of nuclear waste with regard to the public acceptance.
In this master track, you will focus on becoming an authority on Sustainable Energy Systems.
In this master track, you will focus on becoming an authority on Sustainable Energy Systems. You will learn to model and validate systems with multiple inputs and outputs using both white box modeling and system identification. You focus on Sustainable Energy Systems including sustainable technology and Energy System Integration (ESI). You focus on control applications used in industry. Furthermore, you can choose modules about Data Analytics or Power Supply.
The course consists of:
individual and group assignments
experimental research and laboratory exercises
model development and simulation exercises
a major project including a management game
Teaching methods and specialization
Energy is becoming more and more a major cost factor for all the players in the energy business due to increased worldwide consumption on the one hand and on the other ha
Energy is becoming more and more a major cost factor for all the players in the energy business due to increased worldwide consumption on the one hand and on the other hand a need to restrict the production of greenhouse gases.
By 2030, the world's energy needs are expected to be 50% greater than today. Nowadays, much of this energy comes from non-renewable sources, such as fossil fuels- coal, oil and gas. These fuels are being used faster rate than they are produced and may be unavailable for future generations. At the same time, there is a need for a 25% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 to avoid serious changes in the Earth's climate system.
In 2009 TalTech University launched in cooperation with University of Tartu a joint master programme Materials and Processes of Sustainable Energetics which teaches different sustainable energy methods....
The M.Sc. Sustainable Critical Infrastructure (M.Sc. in SCI) program will be conducive to developing highly skilled researchers and workforce and attracting substantial g
Khalifa University of Science and Technology offers Graduate Research / Teaching Assistant (GRTA) scholarships to support qualified international students enrolled in graduate programs.
The scholarship provides generous remuneration and benefits that include:
Full coverage of tuition fees.
Medical insurance coverage for students under the Khalifa University visa.
Support to attend international research conferences.
The indicative monthly stipend for GRTA Scholarship is as follows (subject to change).
We will start taking applications starting November 1st, 2018 for the next intake in September 1st, 2019.
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....
The MSc Sustainable Energy Technology programme provides state-of-the-art education in the fields of sustainable energy generation, distribution and consumption. It is in
The MSc Sustainable Energy Technology programme provides state-of-the-art education in the fields of sustainable energy generation, distribution and consumption. It is intended to respond to a growing skills shortage of engineers with a high level of training in renewable energy, smart grids and sustainability.
By the time you graduate, you will have a thorough understanding of sustainability standards, various renewable energies, smart grid and power electronics for renewable energy and energy use management in buildings, urban design and other areas. Research on sustainable energy technology has opened up many job opportunities in industry, government institutions and research centres....
University of San Francisco - College of Arts & Sciences
Electric energy systems are rapidly transforming, making jobs in the energy sector among the fastest growing in the U.S. Our program equips students for energy management
Students gain an understanding of the grid, historically and today; electricity markets; electricity production, efficiency, and conservation; governance, risk, and compliance (GRC); environmental impacts and constraints from energy; and the policy environment. They develop skills in strategic management, communication, change management, stakeholder engagement, and critical and systems thinking.
Our interdisciplinary program features small class sizes and opportunities for research, internships, and professional engagement.
Program Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
utilize principles and processes of whole systems to understand how the energy system impacts and is related to the ecological system and the social system.
demonstrate an understanding of the energy policy and market environments and their impact on energy consumption and production.
demonstrate an understanding of the human dimension of energy systems including managing for change, stakeholder engagement, and customer engagement.
communicate skillfully through written reports and oral presentations in styles relevant to the energy field.
utilize critical analysis to understand why the current electricity generation and distribution system evolved and how to move it towards the 21st-century grid.
Classes are taught by full-time faculty, as well as by part-time faculty who have experiential knowledge in the energy sector.
We host guest speakers representing many aspects of the industry-government, utilities, NGOs, private firms.
Evening classes are held at USF’s downtown San Francisco campus at 101 Howard Street. Saturday classes are held at the main campus.
The purpose of the educational program "Sustainable Thermal and Energy Systems” is to prepare qualified specialists with professional knowledge, skills and abilities to s
The purpose of the educational program "Sustainable Thermal and Energy Systems” is to prepare qualified specialists with professional knowledge, skills and abilities to solve the following tasks in the field of industrial heat and power systems and social sphere:
to develop and maintain modern power engineering and heat installations;
to develop and implement promising heat-and-power systems and appropriate equipment for them;
to ensure rational use of fuel and energy resources at industrial enterprises and utilities;
to conduct a feasibility study with a justification of the priority directions for solutions of resources saving problems with a combination of centralized and autonomous power supply including the renewable energy sources usage;
to create advanced life support systems at enterprises and housing;
to develop mathematical models of studied objects for analyzing their efficiency via modern computer programs;
to ensure environmental protection.
Narrow your focus to a specific area of study as you find new ways to reduce a product’s environmental effects at every stage of its lifecycle, from conception, developme
Sustainable engineering refers to the integration of social, environmental, and economic considerations into the design of product, process, and energy systems. Additionally, sustainable engineering encourages the consideration of the complete product and process lifecycle during the design effort. The intent is to minimize environmental impacts across the entire lifecycle of a product or process while simultaneously maximizing the benefits to social and economic stakeholders. This environmental engineering degree builds on RIT’s work in sustainability research and education and offers students the flexibility to develop tracks in areas such as renewable energy systems, systems modeling and analysis, product design, and engineering policy and management....
Renewable energy from wind, water, solar and biomass play an increasing role both nationally as well as internationally. If you hold a Bachelor degree in engineering, you
Renewable energy from wind, water, solar and biomass play an increasing role both nationally as well as internationally. If you hold a Bachelor degree in engineering, you can attain insight into the potential of renewable energy processes and energy systems of the future.
In Sweden, the EU and large parts of the rest of the world, biofuels are the most important and largest of the renewable energy sources, although wind power and solar energy are on the rise. What should be considered during the handling of biofuels and which processes and systems are appropriate to choose when planning for future energy production? And how can our society become more efficient in energy use? You learn about planning for future energy systems and processes and attain knowledge of project management and research methods. Career opportunities are global and rapidly increasing....
This major offers basic understanding of energy systems, the main challenges our energy solutions are facing today and possible ways towards a sustainable future.
A reliable and affordable energy system is a basic requirement of modern society. Today, energy systems face challenges with the flexible integration of different energy forms (power, heat, fuels) and with the increasing complexity of the systems due to distributed power generation and the emergence of active produces-customers, i.e. prosumers. Integrating intermittent renewable sources like solar, wind and wave energy, into the energy system is one of the main challenges of our sustainable future. This major offers a basic understanding of energy systems, the main challenges faced by our energy solutions today and possible ways towards a sustainable future.
The major offers a firm theoretical base, as well as practical tools and skills needed by engineers working on the field of energy systems. In order to prepare students for understanding complex and multidisciplinary problems of the field, the major is designed to be flexible. Courses include theoretical considerations, experimental work, industrial applications, and first-hand experience. The major prepares students for the current and future challenges faced by energy companies, the manufacturing industry, consulting companies and society. Students are well-prepared to pursue doctoral studies. Upon completion of the major, the student will be able to:...
The University of Nottingham - Faculty of Engineering
This course combines principles and developments in sustainable and renewable energy with electrical engineering.
The MSc Electrical Engineering for Sustainable and Renewable Energy is designed to provide instruction in the principles of sustainable energy and renewable technologies.These principles are taught alongside studies in electrical engineering, including power electronics, electrical machines, and power systems.
This 12-month course will give you advanced coverage of the specialist engineering skills required by an engineer working in electrical technology for renewable and sustainable energy systems.
Our objective is to help you develop the confidence to work as a professional, at ease with the conventions of the discipline.
The University of Nottingham has been recognised as delivering a Gold standard in the teaching Excellence Framework(TEF), which aims to recognise and reward excellent learning and teaching.
This course is accredited by theIET (Institution of Engineering and Technology)to meet the further learning requirements of a Chartered Engineer.
Climate change is claimed by many authoritative figures, including the UK Chief Scientific Adviser, to be the greatest threat to our planet this century.
MSc in Sustainable Energy and Environment
Climate change is claimed by many authoritative figures, including the UK Chief Scientific Adviser, to be the greatest threat to our planet this century. There is a considerable body of evidence that now relates climate change to the global consumption of energy, and in particular, the use of fossil fuels to provide heat, power and transportation. Moreover, as supplies of fossil fuels reduce and become concentrated in fewer global regions, security of supply worldwide becomes increasingly challenging, particularly given the current growth in world population. The threat of international terrorism exacerbates fuel supply issues, and the introduction of new technologies presents new risks, real and perceived, technical and financial, which require careful management....