- University Requirements: 20 Cr.Hrs.
- General Field Requirements: 57 Cr.Hrs.
- General Specialty Requirements: 55 Cr. Hrs.
Total: 132 Cr.Hrs.
Sustainable energy is produced using natural resources that are constantly replaced and never run out. Just as there are many natural sources of energy, there are many renewable energy technologies. Solar energy is one of the most well-known sources, wind power is one of the most widespread sources, while hydropower is one of the oldest. Other renewable technologies integrate geothermal energy, bioenergy or ocean energy to produce heat or electricity. As renewable and sustainable energy industries are expected to grow, there will be more demand for qualified professionals to develop, install, and maintain renewable energy technologies.
Graduates shall be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of current worldwide energy usage and its impact on climate.
- Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the origins and distribution of different renewable energy sources (solar, wind, hydro, wave, tidal and bioenergy).
- Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the storage/conversion and integration of these renewable energy sources into existing systems.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the operation and control principles of electrical power distribution networks and a basic knowledge and understanding of the structure of such networks and the roles of different energy sources in the provision of a national electricity supply.
- Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge and understanding of a number of key non-technical issues including policy, economics, system modelling, environmental issues and energy management.
- Power production reactors.
- Solar energy technology and solar cell production.
- Ministry of Electricity and Energy