Engineering - Energy Engineering

Master of Science (M.S.) in Engineering with a Concentration in Energy Engineering

Details about the program:

  • Time to Completion: 30 Credits
  • Part-time Completion Option
  • Asynchronous Class Instruction
  • 100% Online

The online master’s degree in engineering, with a concentration in energy engineering, at The University of Toledo is ideal for professionals at companies that generate and distribute energy, as well as anyone seeking to manage energy portfolios in a variety of businesses and industries.

The program requires all applicants to have job experience in a private industry, government, or nonprofit organization. This program will prepare you for greater responsibilities and leadership roles in your current position or for a new job.

With flexible course options in business and engineering, UToledo energy engineering students develop expertise in many areas, such as public policy, energy management, energy economics, finance, and energy consulting.

The energy engineering program has three options for specialization:

      • Power generation and distribution.
      • Energy utilization and management.
      • Advanced energy systems.

Students choose one of two tracks: 

      • Course work option.
      • Project option — fewer courses with a work-related project completed in consultation with your employer and advisor.

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