Humanities & Social Science,
CourseEnergy Engineering MSc
Full-time | With optional one year placement available | 18 months for January intake
Energy Engineering MSc will give you an in-depth understanding of contemporary issues in energy and sustainability, and will develop your knowledge of experimental and computer modelling techniques for the design of energy systems, such as electricity grids, thermal energy networks and transportation systems.
You can choose from a range of modules to focus on either sustainable development in practice, sustainability in the built environment, or techniques of energy analysis. The course is informed by research from the Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development (IESD) so that you develop industry-relevant and up-to-date knowledge and expertise.
This course is suitable for recent graduates from a range of engineering and physical science backgrounds as well as professionals with relevant industry experience.
Be taught by experts. With more than 30-year’s research experience, our Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development (IESD) research and teaching staff provide you with a unique opportunity to learn from scientists actively involved in furthering knowledge and sharing expertise.
Access specialist facilities including a dedicated, Smart Energy Laboratory designed for the study of Smart Homes, the Development of Electric Vehicle Components and Thermal Energy, as well as computer labs equipped with industry-standard software such as Ansys, Design Builder and Matlab.
Prepare for a career in, or take the first step in pursuing a PhD and an academic career in, energy engineering
Choose to undertake a year-long work placement*, gaining valuable experience to develop your practical and professional skills and enhance your employability
Enjoy an international experience with DMU Global to enrich your studies and expand your cultural horizons
Make the course fit around you, with full-time, part time or distance learning study options available.