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MEng: Energy Engineering

Energy is a major determinant of world events and quality of life. Energy engineering brings to bear the spectrum of engineering disciplines on challenges and opportunities involving energy, recognizing social, political, and economic contexts. This area of study aims to increase the efficiency of energy conversion, storage, transmission and utilization, to accelerate the transition to sustainable energy sources, and to improve access to and management of energy systems. Students are encouraged to develop depth in one or more technical areas along with a broad understanding of energy technologies, systems, challenges, and opportunities.

Course Requirements

Core Courses

Additional Courses

  • ENGS 91: Numerical Methods in Computation
  • ENGS 103: Operations Research
  • ENGS 104: Optimization Methods for Engineering Applications
  • ENGS 106: Numerical Linear Algebra
  • ENGS 108: Applied Machine Learning
  • ENGS 110: Signal Processing
  • ENGS 114: Networked Multi-Agent Systems
  • ENGS 115: Parallel Computing
  • ENGS 145: Modern Control Theory
  • ENGG 177: Decision-Making under Risk and Uncertainty
  • ENGM 182: Data Analytics
  • ENGG 199: Model-Based Systems Engineering, Analysis, and Simulation
  • ENGS 202: Nonlinear Systems
  • COSC 170: Numerical and Computational Tools for Applied Science
  • COSC 174: Machine Learning and Statistical Data Analysis
  • COSC 184: Mathematical Optimization and Modeling
  • COSC 271: Numerical Linear Algebra