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Master of Engineering in Energy Systems Engineering

The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Energy Systems Engineering (ESE) program is designed for students who are motivated to take on the challenges facing society in the areas of sustainable energy generation, storage, and conversion. In this program, students learn about alternative and conventional energy technologies, the societal and environmental impact of technology developments, and the economic benefits of those developments.

The curriculum takes a holistic approach and exposes students to courses from across disciplines, including engineering, natural and social sciences, public policy, environmental science, and business. Students gain a depth and breadth of knowledge, and an interdisciplinary perspective of the need for energy solutions. Students also develop the skills to analyze often opaque cause and effect relationships across various fields (e.g., how a technological solution impacts legislation and society; or how the abundance and price of energy resources impact food supply, water quality, and sea life, etc.). Graduates are prepared to responsibly lead the future development of critically needed, sustainable infrastructures.

  • 1-2 Years
    Adjust your course load to fit your schedule
  • 30 Credits
    Completed through 10 courses
  • 100% Online
    No on-campus component

Skills You'll Gain

  • Acquire an interdisciplinary understanding of the need for energy solutions.

  • Gain the skills to analyze cause and effect relationships across various fields.

  • Acquire breadth across disciplines.

  • Develop the preparedness to lead the development of critically needed, sustainable energy infrastructures.

Who is this Degree for?

The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Energy Systems Engineering (ESE) program is a 30-credit graduate degree designed for students who are motivated to take on the challenges facing society in the areas of sustainable energy generation, storage, and conversion.

Distance Education Disclosure

Current and prospective online students are advised to review the notices provided on our Distance Education Disclosures page. This page contains institutional policies and federally required disclosures that impact online students, including information about the state authorization and professional licensure status of the university's online programs, unique complaint procedures available to out-of-state online students, and important notices for international students.