How do you define Energy Engineering?
At UIC we define Energy Engineering as “The Power for Change.”
The Master of Energy Engineering program prepares you to advance your career as an energy professional with the ability to work in many aspects of the energy industry. Our dynamic course offerings are specifically designed with proprietary course material not found in any other program. Courses are taught exclusively for the Master of Energy Engineering program and provide direct application to industry. The energy industry from power production to storage to delivery is covered in this 8 course Masters program.
The Master of Energy Engineering program at the University of Illinois at Chicago is a unique, self-contained, fully accredited non-thesis program taught at night. Structured to meet the needs of working students each course is offered in one 3 hour weekly evening session. Five courses are offered per semester and are repeated annually. All courses are on a guaranteed availability basis. You will not have to delay your studies once you begin the program.
When you increase your technical expertise with a Master of Energy Engineering you will expand your career opportunities. The demand for Energy Engineers continues to grow as global concerns for energy supply and efficient energy systems intensifies. Whether you are concerned with power generation, HVAC design, management of engineering projects, energy efficiency or other energy issues, upon graduation you will have knowledge that can be immediately applied on the job.
- Course material is exclusive to the program.
- All classes are taught at night.
- No thesis requirement.
- All courses have a guaranteed availability.