M.S. Power and Energy Systems

The master’s program in Power and Energy Systems is a unique program that draws upon courses from electrical and computer engineering, to industrial engineering and management, in order to train engineers for careers in the energy sector.

Summary

  • Research-Based Inquiry: Students employ research methods appropriate to this discipline.
  • Collaboration: Students work effectively in teams, applying multidisciplinary and global perspectives.
  • Ethical Conduct: Students demonstrate professional and civic responsibility, including respect for all individuals.
  • Professional Readiness: Students exhibit knowledge and skills, and engage in experiences, necessary for professional and personal growth.
  • Creativity: Students use heuristics to evaluate, analyze, and synthesize innovative solutions to existing and emerging problems.
  • Demonstrate broad technical expertise in power and energy systems
  • Communicate project outcomes to the scientific and industrial community through oral presentations and written work
  • Students will demonstrate an ability to apply the skills and knowledge necessary for mathematical, scientific, and engineering practices.
  • Students will demonstrate an ability to use modern engineering tools, such as advanced software and hardware that is required in power and energy sector.
  • Develop Ethical Reasoning Skills
  • Find Employment in Computer Engineering or a Related Field

 

Core Faculty

Jonathan Smitherson

Zhou, Mengchu

Distinguished Professor

Zhou, Mengchu
Distinguished Professor, Electrical Computer Eng.
Official
335 ECEC
Jonathan Smitherson

Hubbi, Walid

Hubbi, Walid
Official
329 ECEC
Jonathan Smitherson

Raj, Ratna

University Lecturer

Raj, Ratna
University Lecturer, ECEC
Official
347 ECEC

Advisement

Jonathan Smitherson

Zhou, Mengchu

Distinguished Professor

Zhou, Mengchu
Distinguished Professor, Electrical Computer Eng.
Official
335 ECEC