Sustainable Energy Engineering and Management

MSc Sustainable Energy Engineering and Management

The MSc Sustainable Energy Engineering Management program provides a comprehensive understanding of the synergy between energy, engineering, and management. Covering renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency, and environmental impact assessment, it equips students with practical skills. Emphasizing interdisciplinary collaboration, the curriculum navigates global energy challenges and explores emerging technologies. With a focus on project planning, implementation, and economic analysis, students are prepared for leadership roles. The program fosters adaptability to industry changes and integrates ethical considerations. Overall, it ensures a well-rounded skill set, aligning graduates with the values essential for positive contributions to the sustainable energy sector.

 

 

Programme Duration 2 years
Full-time and/or part-time study Options Available
Admission requirements Visit
Contact details for more info Dr. Gifty Serwaa Mensah

Gifty.serwaamensah@uenr.edu.gh

Info.rcees@uenr.edu.gh

S/N Course Description Course type
1. Renewable Energy Systems Core
2. Advanced Mathematical Tools and Simulation Core
3. Energy Systems – Analysis, Design and Optimization Core
4. Local Solutions for Energy Access. Core
5. Energy and Environmental Sustainability Core
6. Energy Policy, Economics & Markets Core
7. Statistics & Research Methods Core
8. Energy Efficiency and Management Core
9. Entrepreneurship, Project Management and Ethics Core
10. Power Grid Analysis, Planning and Design Core
11. Master Plan-Integrated Project Core
12. MPhil Sustainable Energy Engineering and Management Core
13. Energy Seminar Non-scoring
14. Waste to Energy Elective
15. Appliances for Off-grid Communities Elective
16. Computational Fluid dynamics (CFD) Elective
17. Application of GIS and Remote Sensing

in Energy Systems

Elective
18. Life Cycle Assessment Elective
19. CLEWs Elective
20. Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and Safeguards Elective
21. Local Solution for Energy Access TEA course
22. Off grid Appliances TEA course
23. Minigrids TEA course

The Sustainable Energy Engineering and Management (SEEM) programme is open to all applicants having the requisite technical background knowledge: First-degree holders of renewable energy technologies, electrical, environmental, mechanical and energy engineering, sciences, agriculture, and professionals with industry experience interested in pursuing postgraduate diploma, masters and Ph.D. degrees in sustainable energy management.

Masters Programme:
To be eligible for admission into the Master’s Research Degree programme, candidates must be graduates of this University or any other University recognised by the Academic Board and shall normally have obtained a minimum of Second Class (Lower Division) degree in the relevant field (eg. renewable energy engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, mechanical engineering, agricultural engineering, etc). Excellent candidates may be admitted into a research master’s programme in the first instance and later upgraded into the Ph.D. prograame after successful completion of the course work and upon recommendations from the Department and School Boards. For non-research Masters degree candidates, holders of Bachelors degree with a minimum of three (3) years of working experience may be considered for admission. Holders of postgraduate diploma certificates with excellent classification may be admitted to non-research Masters programmes. The Departments may require further selection by examination and/or interview.

Admission and Selection:
The admission and selection process to the Sustainable Energy Engineering and Management programme shall reflect the academic rigor and preparation needed for this programme. Meeting the minimum qualifications for this programme does not guarantee admission. Candidates are encouraged to achieve well beyond the minimum qualifications to enhance their chances of selection. The Energy and Petroleum Engineering Department at UENR uses a holistic approach in selecting candidates for admission. Applicants are thoroughly reviewed to determine the full spectrum of their academic and personal achievements through examination and/or interview

 

Admission to our programs is solely determined by merit and is not influenced by a student’s ability to pay tuition fees. After a student has been admitted to a program, we offer various financial support options based on both need and merit. These awards are reevaluated annually, taking into account academic performance, financial need, available resources, and University policies.

At RCEES, we are dedicated to offering substantial financial assistance within the constraints of our available resources. However, it’s important to note that we may not be able to fulfill all requests for financial aid. As a result, we strongly advise applicants to proactively seek out additional sources of funding to help support their educational journey.

Deadline for student applications (including scholarships): October 2024
Notification of acceptance into Masters’ programme December 2024
Scholarship selection December 2024
Notify scholarship recipients December 2024
Fee payment deadline January 20, 2025
Launch date – classes start February 2025