The M.Eng. in Energy Systems degree requires students to complete 32 credit hours of graduate coursework. The program structure is designed to provide students a solid foundation in fundamentals of one or more energy-related technical areas as well as broader exposure to the related economic, social, or political context in which energy systems operate.
Details about specific degree requirements can be found below:
- Click here for curriculum for students admitted for Fall 2019 and after
- Click here for curriculum for students admitted prior to Fall 2019
Questions? Contact Amy McCullough.