The Professional Science Masters in Power Systems Engineering and Management is a graduate-level study design to respond to the job market requirements and the need for the power system engineering industry. The program provides a level of competency in both Technical and Management valuable in Power Systems. Its curriculum involves core technical education in Power Systems and the core management side that enhances students’ professional management competencies.

Upon graduating in the program, the students shall be able to:

a.) Apply advanced knowledge of mathematics, concepts of fundamental sciences and engineering to identify, formulate and solve complex electrical power systems problems

b.) Use advanced techniques, skills, and modern scientific and engineering software tools for professional practice

c.) Design and develop systems
for effective, economical, and safe power system operation and management.

d.) Analyze and interpret power systems data in order to provide optimal solutions to power systems problems.

e.) Apply corporate and business communication effectively in written and oral form, to successfully present practical ideas and/or suggestions to both rank and file and top management.

f.) Work effectively as a member or leader of a multidisciplinary team.

g.) Demonstrate and articulate competence of ethics, theories of moral development, and the main concepts of Stakeholder Management Theory.

h.) Demonstrate the ability to make informed legal and ethical business decisions.

i.) Apply knowledge towards Sustainable Development Goals.

  • System Operation Manager
  • Consultant/Industry Expert
  • Regulations
  • Management and Supervision of the Electric Industry