M.E Power System Engineering- The Master of Engineering in Power Systems Engineering consists of seven technical power courses, and three elective courses. The program can be tailored to meet specific corporate needs. Companies will work directly with a Power Systems Engineering program manager to design a program that meets the organization’s requirements. This specialized program will prepare electrical engineers for professional practice in the electric utility industry or other applications of electric power. It is also a great retraining tool for experienced engineers or those who may not have a formal background in power systems.Composed entirely of technical courses, this program brings together a wide variety of analytical and practical subjects, both classical and current, that are necessary for engineering success in today's power industry. These include foundational courses in rotating machinery, transmission and distribution systems, surge phenomena, system protection, and dynamics, combined with other, more specialized topics.
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