M.S. in Applied Energy and Electromechanical Systems

The program consists of a 15-credit hour common core and a 15-credit capstone experience; the capstone experience is comprised of either a sequence of 15-credit hours of major electives or a sequence which inclues 6-credit hours of major electives, a 3-hour Research and Analytical Methods course and a formal 6-credit hour graduate research thesis. The 30-credit hour degree program is outlined below :

Common Core Courses (15-credit hours)

ENER 6120 Energy Generation and Conversion
ENER 6135 Energy Transmission and Distribution
ENER 6150 System Dynamics
ENER 6170 Applied Mechatronics
ETGR 5272 Engineering Analysis IV

Students then choose either the Research and Thesis Option or the Non-Thesis/Coursework Option as follows :

Masters Research and Thesis Option (15-credit hours)

Major Electives (2)
CMET 6160 Research and Analytical Methods
ENER 6900 Masters Research and Thesis


Non-Thesis Coursework Sequence (15-credit hours)

Major Electives (5)



Students select major elective courses from the following list:

ENER 5140 Energy Management
ENER 5250 Analysis of Renewable Systems
ENER 5260 Hydrogen Production and Storage
ENER 5275 Air Conditioning Systems
ENER 5280 Fuel Cell Technologies
ENER 5285 Applied Noise and Vibration Control
ENER 5290 Advanced Instrumentation 
ENER 6000 Special Topics in Applied Energy or Electormechanical Systems
ENER 6220 High Voltage Technology
ENER 6235 Modern Electric Power Grids
ENER 6260 Computation Fluid Dynamics for Energy Applications
ENER 6270 Dynamic Systems Control and Design
ENER 6800 Independent Study
EMGT 5961 Introduction to Energy Systems
EMGT 5962 Energy Markets
EMGT 5963 Energy Systems Planning
CMET 5135 Building Information Modeling
CMET 6155 Facility Instrumentation and Controls
CMET 6270 Operation of Constructed Facilities