Master of Energy Systems
- CRICOS code: 075124A
What will I study?
The Master of Energy Systems is a 1.5 years degree (full-time).
As a Master of Energy systems student, your focus will be on analysing energy systems from technical, commercial and policy standpoints, from generation of energy, storage and delivery. You will explore energy finance, economics, energy markets and the operation of renewable and non-renewable energy systems.
You will complete a 150 point program, including 100 points of core subjects and 50 points of electives.
With the following core subjects, you’ll build your foundational knowledge in energy and learn to analyse energy issues from both a technical and business perspective.
- Introduction to Energy Systems
- Analysing Energy Systems
- Electrical Power Systems
- Financial Management
- Non-Renewable Energy
- Renewable Energy
- Managerial Economics
- Energy Supply and Value Chains
Choose from a broad range of electives, including the Energy Systems Project and subjects from:
|Energy and sustainability||Energy, finance and policy||The business of energy||Energy and law|
Energy Systems Project
You could also choose to take the Energy Systems Project as an elective. In this subject, work onsite at an organisation over three months solving a real energy problem. You’ll undertake cross-disciplinary analysis and forge industry connections with energy companies, providers, distributors or market operators, or organisations specialising in alternative energy sources.
Sample course plan
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Example 150 point plan
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