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The MS-EPSE Degree Program
This master’s degree provides graduate students a thorough understanding of the tools, methods, and practice of electric power engineering. The program goal is to provide an education that is directly applicable to a career in industry.
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The 2021 U.S. News & World Report list of Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs ranked NC State’s Engineering Online as the sixth best program nationally. It’s the fourth straight year in which the program has landed in the top 10.
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The Capstone project is a key component of our Masters in Electric Power Systems Engineering (MS-EPSE) degree program at NC State. Project work begins in the Spring semester. If your company would like to participate as a project sponsor, please download and complete the application. Applications are accepted in the fall, and project work begins in the Spring semester.
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"My internship was the perfect podium to apply academic theoretical knowledge to practical problems in industry and steer towards a solution." - Saravana Balaji, MS-EPSE Graduate
Our students are encouraged to participate in summer internships to gain even more hands-on industry experience. Saravana Balaji, MS-EPSE graduate, completed an internship with Veregy Consulting, a San Francisco-based Power Systems consulting firm.
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