Electric Power Systems Engineering Graduate Degree

The Masters in Electric Power Systems Engineering (MS-EPSE) is a graduate program offered through the ECE Department which provides a comprehensive education on power engineering. It is offered both on-campus and online.

Curriculum

MS-EPSE Online

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Engineering Online

The MS-EPSE degree requires 30 credit hours: twenty-seven credits of coursework and three credits for the capstone project.

  • Core electric power engineering courses;
  • Interdisciplinary courses focusing on power electronics, data communications, cyber security, and renewable energy;
  • Professional skills training ;
  • Hands-on experience;
  • Industry experience and networking.

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Job Opportunities

MS-EPSE is designed to educate the new power engineering workforce and enable them to be employed in diverse fields like:

  • Electric Power Utilities
  • Application Software Development
  • Smart Grid Technologies
  • Renewable Energy
  • Consulting
  • Telecommunications
  • Engineering and Design Firms
  • National Laboratories Research

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Frequently Asked Questions

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