Renewable Electric Power Systems - Master's Degree
Electricity from renewable sources is one of the world's most major challenges today. This important master's program from Linnaeus University helps students develop an advanced knowledge of electricity from renewable energy technology, with a deep focus on electric power systems.
Students will develop their understanding of electrical engineering along with essential elements of renewable energy, communication and automatic control. Graduates will come away from the program with a strong broad knowledge of the entire field of renewable energy and electric power systems.
General entry requirements for second-cycle studies and specific entry requirements:
- Bachelor Degree in Engineering/Science/Technology
- Electrical Engineering at least 15 credits or Energy Technology at least 15 credits including 7,5 credits in Electrical Engineering or 7,5 credits Electric Power Engineering or equivalent
- Mathematics at least 15 credits including Calculus 1, 7,5 credits (1MA402, 1MA132), and Vector Geometry, 7,5 credits (1MA403, 1MA133), or equivalent
- English B/English 6 or equivalent
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Graduates of this program will be awarded a Degree Master of Science (120 credits). Main field of study: Electrical Engineering, with Specialization in Renewable Electric Power Systems.
This modern and international university in southern Sweden aims to help its graduates and researchers make real positive change in society. Located in Växjö and Kalmar, Linnaeus University offers over 150 degree programs within arts and humanities, health and life sciences,...
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