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.
Call for Capstone Project Sponsors
The Capstone project is a key component of our MS-EPSE program at NC State. Each fall we send out the call for sponsors, and projects work begins in the spring.
Download the proposal form here: EPSE Capstone Call for Projects.
Please consider helping us train our talented cohort of Power Systems Engineering students!
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
- Engineering and Design Firms
- National Laboratories Research
Hiring companies include: