Online Degree Programs

Energy Engineering Curriculum

  1. Coursework Option: 30 hours of approved graduate-level coursework (10 courses)
  2. Project Option: 24 hours of approved graduate-level coursework (8 courses) and a six-hour, practice-oriented project in consultation with their advisor, for a total of 30 credit hours

Additionally, the Master of Science in engineering program has three options for specialization:

  • Option 1 Power generation and distribution
  • Option 2 Energy utilization and management
  • Option 3 Advanced energy systems

Students are expected to complete the following requirements:

1. MIME 5980 Energy Sources, Applications and Economics  (3 credit hours)

2. At least one of these law/business/management courses:

    • LAWM 5000 Law and the Legal System (3 credit hours)
    • BLAW 6100 Business, Government and Society (3 credit hours)
    • MGMT 6100 Leading Through Ethical Decision Making (3 credit hours)

3. At least one of the following two engineering courses:

    • CVLE 5690 Sustainability Engineering (3 credit hours)
    • MIME 5820 Sustainability Analysis and Design (3 credit hours)

4. Students in Option 1 must take the following engineering course:

    • EECS 5240 Power Systems Operation (3 credit hours)

For information please contact

Online Admission Representative: 855.327.5695

The University of Toledo is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission located at 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500; Chicago, IL 60604. (800) 621-7440. The current list of individual program accreditations and endorsements can be found on the provost’s page.

Last Updated: 11/25/19