Master of Engineering Courses
Students must complete five of the core courses listed and five technical electives. The foundation courses may be used as part of the technical electives with the approval of the academic advisor. We have also put together specific content areas as elective sets for students to consider in putting together a cohesive academic program. These are only recommendations as you may have a more specific plan in mind to meet your career objectives.
Elective Course Sets
Four of the technical electives should be chosen from within one of the following groups- Energy Systems, or Reliability Engineering, to create a structured degree program. The fifth technical elective may be from another subject area, with the approval of the academic advisor.
|ENRE 447 Fundamentals of Reliability Engineering|
|ENRE 600 Fundamentals of Failure Mechanisms|
|ENRE 602 Reliability Analysis|
|ENRE 620 Mathematical Techniques for Engineers|
|ENRE 670 Risk Assessment for Engineers I|
|ENRE 671 Risk Assessment for Engineers II|
|ENPM 623 Control of Combustion Generated Air Pollution||ENPM 660 Wind Energy Engineering|
|ENPM 635 Thermal Systems Design Analysis||ENME 635 Energy Systems Analysis|
|ENPM 641 Systems Concepts, Issues and Processes||ENPM 670 Advanced Energy Audit and Conservation|
|ENPM 642 Systems Requirements, Design and Trade-Off Analysis||ENPM 651 Heat Transfer for Modern Applications|
|ENPM 650 Solar Thermal Energy Systems||ENPM 654 Energy Systems Management|