MSc in Energy
MSc in Energy Engineering: 18 credit points must be acquired and a research project completed. Additional complementary credit points may be required.
Master of Science in Energy: 30 credit points must be acquired and a research project completed. Additional complementary credit points may be required.
|Undergraduate Studies||Academic Points||Remarks||Affiliation Courses|
|Graduate of Engineering||18||Submission of a thesis||According to need|
|Graduate of Engineering||26||Submission of a final project||According to need|
|Graduate of Exact Sciences||30||Submission of a thesis||According to need|
|Graduate of Exact Sciences||38||Submission of a final project||According to need|
Candidates must hold Engineering or an Exact Sciences undergraduate diploma from an accredited university. MSc candidates are required to allocate a research advisor prior to their admission to the program, submit a research proposal, recommendations from two professors and undergo personal interviews. Acceptance is subject to the Interdisciplinary Energy Committee’s approval.
GTEP required courses- 4 points:
– 518001 Technologies for Clean Energy
– 518002 Seminar in global and national energy challenges
Quantitative Research Methods course- 3 points.
GTEP Elective course- one of five unique elective courses- 2 points.
Elective courses chosen from existing courses given by participating faculties.
Students of the “Masters of Science in Energy” track must complete at least five courses from the relevant courses list provided by the energy studies program secretary.
Participation in 75% of faculty seminars.
Language requirements according to Graduate School regulations.
Graduate School rules applied to all students in the Energy program