Engineering: Sustainable Energy Engineering (M.Eng.)
University of Maryland College Park
Contact: Paul Easterling—301-405-3017
The Clark School has developed a new Master of Engineering program that will meet the emerging market demand for sustainable energy engineers and will also allow for accessible advanced education within the field by providing the entirety of the program completely online.
The new Master of Engineering in Sustainable Energy Engineering was developed by faculty from the Departments of Mechanical, Nuclear, Reliability, Chemical & Biomolecular, and Systems Engineering.
The curriculum is designed to cover core topics in Renewable Energy Applications, Energy Conversion for Stationary and Mobility Applications, Environmental Risk Analysis, Advanced Fuel Cells and Batteries, and Photovoltaics (Solar Energy). The student will then customize their educational experience according to their individual needs by selecting from three elective sets; Nuclear Engineering, Energy Systems, or Reliability Engineering.
For more information, visit the sustainable energy engineering website at www.advancedengineering.umd.edu/sustainable.
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