Clean energy refers to energy generated using renewable sources, such as solar energy, wind, waste and water.
The Engineering Science – MS with a course focus in clean energy is an interdisciplinary program intended to train students for careers in the energy sector and the renewable energy industry. Graduates of the program will be prepared for employment as design engineers, field engineers, plant engineers, utility engineers, energy auditors, renewable energy system integrators for homes and businesses, local and state government renewable-energy planners, and other positions in the energy field; or for further doctoral level study in renewable energy engineering or other related fields.
The job market demand for students with a background in clean and renewable energy related fields is growing at an increased rate for companies in search of students trained in this area.
We seek to admit students to our masters program with backgrounds or related coursework in electrical, mechanical, civil, environmental or any related engineering field, physics, computer science or a related natural science field.
Students will take 10 courses for a total of 30 credits.
Our flexible packaged curriculum enables students to focus on the core competencies related to that align with their own personal training goals that align to meet the needs of preparing them for their careers.
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EE 567 Power Electronics
EE 582 Power Systems Engineering I
MAE 500 Renewable & Alternative Energy
MAE 510 Wind Energy Conversion
ISE 600 Advanced Topics: Data Analytics & Predictive Modeling
Pick at least 3 courses from below:
EE 505 Electrical Devices
EE 519 Industrial Control
EE 570 Renewable Distributed Generation and Storage
EE 571 Sustainable Energy
EE 576 High Voltage Engineering
EE 582 Power Systems Engineering II
EE 611 Smart Grid: Economics, Policy and Engineering Aspects
EE 559 Special Topics: Control and Applications of Power Electronics
Pick at least 2 courses from below:
MAE 505 Smart Structures
MAE 509 Advanced Thermodynamics
MAE 535 Principles of Material Design
MAE 538 Smart Materials
MAE 587 Modern Theory of Material
CIE 561 Wind Energy and Turbulent Flow