Course Objectives:

M.Sc. in Energy Management & Sustainability is designed to prepare and equip future energy managers with skills to conceptualize, plan, develop, budget, finance, leverage, bid, project management, construct, commission, operate and manage mega-projects in Energy and Power Sectors.

Mode of execution: The course is offered in Evening and weekend classes. Regular as well as professional and executive training program aims at capacity building of corporate sector for policy planning and operational energy management. The course will be offered on campus instructions, visits seminars, training modules case studies. Each course module may be delivered as delocalized and onsite executive training program meeting the need of client.

Learning Outcomes: MSEMS is a terminal professional degree aimed to develop energy managers to manage mega-projects. Equipped with the knowledge imparted in the Energy Courses, the scholars shall acquire the capability to break new grounds and produce new knowledge by undertaking research work in the field of Energy Management & Sustainability, specifically for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and generally for Pakistan. MSEMS graduates shall pursue research work leading to the MS degree in form of a project or thesis. UET will embark on awareness campaign about MSEMS and to create market demand for MS degree in Energy Management & Sustainability degree holders in the market place. Keeping this in view, the USPCASE at UET, Peshawar decided to offer a Master of Science in Energy Management & Sustainability (MSEMS) with following credit works:

Focus Areas.

Energy Entrepreneurship, Planning and management, Public /private policy and practice, Energy audit, Sustainability & political economy of global energy reserves.

Criteria and Requirements:

Eligibility Criteria:

B.S./B.Sc. Engineering, M.Sc. Natural Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, etc.), M.A. Social Sciences (Economics, Political Science), City and Regional Planning, Architecture, Law, Business, Finance, and Management).

Degree Requirement: MS Program would comprise of 32 Credit Hours in both Core and Elective Courses, as well as the thesis.

Seat Allocation:

Seat allocation (per semester) for Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Renewable Energy Engineering: 25 seats with 50% allocation for female candidates as per requirement of USAID. Female candidates must fulfill the university criteria for admission in M.Sc. Program.

Detail of Core Courses

12 Core Course credits required by all students enrolled in the Program.

Course Codes Title Credit Hours
CAS-EMS 501 Strategic Organization Management (Public/Private Sector ) 3
CAS-EMS 502 Sustainable energy management and development 3
CAS-EMS 504 Management of energy technology and innovation 3
CAS-REE 516 Energy Quality management and Standards 3
CAS-EMS 601 Thesis Project 6

Elective Course Options.

Elective Courses: 14 credits

14 Credit Hours required. Students to select Thesis: 6 credits.

Course Codes Title Credit Hours
CAS-EMS 505 World Energy politics and supply chain analysis 3
CAS-EMS 506 Energy Tariff and Financials risk management 3
CAS-EMS 507 Energy Business Models and Marketing Strategies 3
CAS-EMS 508 Global & Local Energy demand analysis 3
CAS-EMS 509 Energy Service Companies Management 3
CAS-EMS 510 Energy regulatory affairs & Business Laws 3
CAS-EMS 511 Energy Project Management (Public & Private) 3
CAS-EMS 512 Energy modeling, Optimization and decision making 3
CAS-EMS 513 Energy security studies 3
CAS-EMS 514 Global sustainability and international obligations 3
CAS-EMS 515 Energy environment and climate change mitigation 3
CAS-EMS 516 Energy Business Management 3
CAS-REE 517 Energy Audit and Planning 3
CAS-REE 519 National/Provincial Energy Planning, Policies & practice. 3
CAS-REE 515 Environmental Impact assessment for Energy Systems. 3
CAS-EP 520 Research Methodology 2

Core Courses

Course Code Title Credit Hours
CAS-EMS 501 Strategic Organization Management (Public/Private Sector ) 3

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