Future energy supply is a challenge! Primary energy resources are scarce. The Earth’s ability to absorb pollutants and waste is limited.
Within the master's study program Energy Conversion and Management students learn, discuss, and perform case studies in the fields of energy technology and energy economics/energy management. Planning the transformation of centralized energy systems towards more decentralized energy systems is an important part of ECM.
Within the program an integrated approach is used to create linkages between the knowledge gained in several areas. The individual courses in the program are grouped into thematically related modules.
A student will require three to four semesters to complete all the required modules. The successful completion of the modules results in the granting of the degree "Master of Science in Energy Conversion and Management".
See the Study Program page for an overview of the program, the modules, and a brief description of the courses.
See the ECM course competences here.