Master of Science in Electric Power Engineering is a two-year Master’s programme, intended for students wishing to pursue further studies in the field of Electric Power Engineering after the completion of a Bachelor’s degree programme in Electrical Engineering. The goal of this programme is to provide candidates with knowledge, skills and competence in the planning, design and operation of electric power systems, with a view to developing innovative solutions for a sustainable future power system, as well as develop and design electrotechnical equipment for application in industry, utility, ships, railway etc.
The programme consists of two years of full-time studies, giving a total of 120 ECTS credits. The courses in this programme are a subset of the courses included in the study-track “Electric Power Engineering and Smart Grids” of the five-year integrated Masters programme “Energy and the Environment”. The Master’s thesis topics are linked to the research activities of the various research groups at the Department of Electric Power Engineering.
The programme will have a mixture of Norwegian and non-Norwegian students, with an annual intake of about 25 students.