Turning the spotlight on TU Dublin’s MSc in Energy Management
With a Master’s degree that integrates energy, environmental issues and management, graduates of the Master of Science in Energy Management are poised to have highly-esteemed, relevant careers in the next few years.
Intended for engineers, scientists and related multi-discipline professionals, students under the program will gain the knack for managing resources and technologies in the midst of challenging environmental and financial constraints as they will be equipped to understand European energy and environmental issues in relation to the laws, standards and technologies that govern them.
The Master’s degree includes units in business, specifically organisational behaviour, business law, financial decision-making, energy supply, energy conversion and use, energy management principles and practice, energy and environmental law and policy, sustainable building design, renewable energy technologies and financial management to name some.
Working towards sustainable societies
“The MSc in Energy Management is a very relevant degree program in today’s ever-changing global environment and volatile economies,” says Jacob Kestner, Senior Vice President of EduCo in Ireland. “This is particularly ideal for professionals who are in industry sectors that are directly linked to energy, health and the environment.”
Scientists, researchers and multi-discipline professionals such as environment health officers, architects and planning officers will be in the forefront of the dynamic global landscape as they design programs and projects that will address the issues affecting communities and disrupting people’s way of life. These professionals will be better prepared to efficiently use resources that will bring about a better quality of life for society in general.
Mr Kestner adds, “The challenge of integrating energy and environmental issues such as climate change and economic policy has been an all-too-pressing concern for decisionmakers. We would like our Master’s students and future graduates to be part of these exciting developments in the future.”
A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Honours) with at least 2.2 honours award is required for students to proceed directly into the MSc in Energy Management program. Their IELTS should also be at least 6.5 overall with no band less than 6.0 for each component.
For those who do not meet this standard requirement, they should hold the equivalent of a combination of qualifications and relevant work experience, subject to evaluation by Technological University Dublin.
For scholarships and other entry requirements, education counsellors and students may check out the EduCo Course Finder or coordinate with the EduCo representative in their region.