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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.
Get Your Degree Online
Online courses are the same as on-campus courses in terms of content, requirements and academic rigor. On-campus class lectures are captured, digitized and placed on the Internet for distance students to access at any time and from any location.
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.
Apply to the Program
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