Renewable Energy Systems
The primary aim of the M.Sc. in Renewable Energy Systems is to produce effective engineers and technical workers for a professional career in energy and, in particular, renewable energy.
The programme consists of a taught syllabus, that includes assignments, and an individual research thesis.
Introduction to Renewable Energy
Wind Energy 1
Solar Energy 1
Water Power 1
Energy Policy and Economics
Grid Integration of Renewables
Wind Energy 2 elective
Ocean Energy elective
Solar Energy 2 elective
Bio-Energy 2 elective
Research Project write up
All mandatory subjects, including the research project, plus any two of the elective lecture modules, are required for successful completion of the M.Sc. programme.
Minimum Entry Requirements
A second class honours degree (2.2) in an engineering or science discipline is the basic requirement. Candidates with alternative qualifications are also encouraged to apply.
You should apply using the DkIT Postgraduate Application. Please include an up-to-date CV with your application form and send your completed application to Admissions Office, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dublin Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth.
The M.Sc. degree spans a minimum of three semesters. This includes two semesters of teaching and one dedicated to the thesis write up.
Contact Dundalk IT for the next course start date.
Post Course Info
Graduates of the M.Sc. in Renewable Energy Systems programme will be equipped with the skill-set and knowledge for crucial roles in research, design and development in companies in the energy sector.