Master of Engineering (Sustainable Energy)Program details
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Devise innovative solutions to social and environmental problems around energy supply, distribution and consumption.
You'll learn the technologies and practices to improve energy efficiency, and how to use renewable resources and reduce the environmental and social impacts of conventional energy technologies and resources.
Managing the transition towards a more sustainable energy sector is a priority for governments, the private sector and the general community.
A growth area
As a result, the demand for engineers and scientists with a postgraduate qualification in sustainable energy is growing rapidly.
This program provides a pathway for engineers and scientists, and those with an alternative acceptable qualification and significant industry experience.
Graduate Diploma available
How you will learn
The program covers all aspects of environmental engineering from sustainable thermal systems, to biomass and solar fuels to wind and hydro power. There is opportunity for group work, collaborative sessions and laboratory activities throughout these courses.
This comprises a masters research project, as well as electives that include opportunities to develop management skills.
Specialisations and electives
A desire to leave the world a better place led James Tetlow to postgraduate studies in sustainable energy. He’s now working as a Project Director for the Sustainable Urban Precincts Program at RMIT.
After working as an engineer in the marine sector, Andrew Dawkins is following his passion for renewables and sustainability by studying the Master of Engineering (Sustainable Energy).