The Power Systems and Energy track provides graduate students with a thorough understanding of the tools, methods, and practice of electric power engineering. The track goal is to provide an education that is directly applicable to a career in electric power industry and is suitable for recent graduates, as well as experienced professionals who want to receive the necessary retraining to change or shift careers or advance in their careers. Examples of thesis topics include but are not limited to Power System Analysis, Power System Stability and Control, Power System Operation and Economics, Power System Protection, Power System Distribution and Automation, Power Engineering Materials, High Voltage Technology, Integrated Resource Planning, Demand-Side Management and Energy Conservation, Smart Grids and Sustainable Electrical Systems, and Electrical Machine Technology.
MSc. in Power System and Energy Engineering 2017
MSc. in Power System and Energy Engineering 2018
MSc. in Power System and Energy Engineering 2019
MSc. in Power System and Energy Engineering 2020