Master of Science in Energy Engineering Online
The energy field is subject to ever-increasing challenges, is vital to all aspects of society and is necessary for assuring a sustainable quality of life for our nation and the world. Not just for engineering graduates with technical portfolios, this highly customizable program has flexibility and options for coursework in law, business and finance.
Graduates of the Master of Science in Engineering with a Concentration in Energy Engineering develop expertise in many complementary areas such as public policy, energy management, energy economics and finance, and energy consulting.
BENEFITS OF UT
The University of Toledo is a 4 year, public, regionally accredited, university that has been serving students since 1872. As a student, you will enjoy: direct contact with your Success Coach and advisers, and interactive faculty to help you achieve your goals. UT also has a many resources that a large institution offers such as; eTutoring, IT Help Desk, and eLibrary.
The Master of Science in Engineering program with a Concentration in Energy Engineering is comprised of 30 credit hours, with 2 optional tracks:
- Coursework Option: 30 hours of approved graduate-level course work (10 courses)
- Project Option: 24 hours of approved graduate-level course work (8 courses) and a six-hour, practice-oriented project in consultation with their advisor, for a total of 30 credit hours
Ideal for professionals at companies that generate and distribute energy, as well as anyone seeking to manage energy portfolios in a variety of businesses and industries.
Explore employment statistics in electro-mechanical engineering to learn more about job prospects in the field.
Applicants to the program must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.7.