When it comes to energy-related studies, no institution excels like CEM Energy Studies.
The domains of energy supply, resource generation, materials, storage, and consumption are just few of the many areas we apply our unique blend of theory, experimentation, and simulations too.
CEM Energy Studies academic programs educate and train students in the growing fields of energy engineering.
- Our programs are designed to provide broad-based training that appeals to graduate students, aspiring energy professionals, energy asset developers, researchers, including regulators and policy makers.
- The early part of the academic program includes technical-based courses focused on understanding energy system technologies (conventional & non-conventional). The Program also offers non-technical content that is designed to provide skills for energy policy management, and decision making, Engineering Project Management and Business Analysis.
- Students with an engineering degree are accepted directly into the program. Those with science or other engineering related fields may be admitted on a qualified status. Our program is available using both on-campus and online delivery methods. The CEM Energy Studies also offers opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students to become involved in a wide variety of research projects. To find out more about how to become involved, contact one of the Institute researchers or Faculty Affiliates.
- Combined Energy Systems Engineering Degree (B.S. and M.S./M.Eng.)
- M.S. or M.Eng. Energy Engineering
- Ph.D. Energy Engineering
All graduate certificates are offered fully online and on-campus.