In recent years, the global consequences of climate change and the rapidly rising cost of energy resources have brought energy management to the forefront of discussions about environmental protection and energy supply. Comprehensive changes are needed in order to achieve the objectives of the Federal Government and the states with regard to a sustainable, renewable and efficient energy supply. The challenges of implementing the energy system transformation are creating a need for highly qualified engineers who can plan and operate particularly efficient energy supply systems while taking technical, economic and ecological aspects into account.
The innovative Masters programme Energy Management imparts in-depth, professionally qualifying knowledge beyond the basic curriculum that is required to cope with the challenges of today's and tomorrow's energy supply.
Engineers in the field of energy management have excellent career prospects. As sought-after experts, they work in various areas of the energy sector, the industry and research. E.g.:
Thanks to decentralisation and digitalisation the number and types of jobs are incresing.
Students can chose between various elective subjects, according to their personal or professional interests.
Most of the courses take place on-site and are being broadcasted online at the same time. This allows sudents, e.g. those with kids or those who study while in employment, to easily fit the courses into their daily personal or professional lives. Please note that exams will always take place on-site at the university.
Duration of the programme
90 ECTS credits must be acquired and the programme concludes with the Master thesis. See the module manual for further information.
The admission requirements are laid down in §4 of the examination regulations.
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