MEngSc in Sustainable Energy
Are you interested in tackling climate change? UCC has developed a Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Engineering, in recognition of the growing international market for sustainable energy systems and the shortage of qualified engineers. This program is open to Engineering graduates of all disciplines with an 8-month program option leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Energy.
In Part I, students take modules worth 50 credits and a Preliminary Research Report on Sustainable Energy worth 10 credits. Part II consists of a Thesis in Sustainable Energy worth 30 credits that is completed during the summer months.
Students earn 90 credits as follows: </ span >
* Students who pass, but do not achieve the required 50% grade in all taught modules and the Preliminary Research Report, will be eligible for a Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Energy. Candidates who pass Part I of the program and do not wish to proceed to Part II may choose to receive a Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Energy.
- Candidates must have an honors engineering degree or equivalent engineering qualification. However, candidates with equivalent academic qualifications and adequate experience may be accepted subject to approval by the College of Science, Engineering and Food Sciences.
- For international candidates, the foreign equivalent is required. In addition, an officially translated degree will be required.
IELTS 6.5, with no less than 6 in any component (or its internationally recognized equivalent)
Learn more about our educational offer