Master of Energy (MEnergy)
|Points per degree||120|
|Full-time study||1 year|
|Part-time study||2 years|
|Structure||Taught or research|
|Taught at||City Campus|
|Application closing date||Semester One: 8 December
Semester Two: 4 July
|Start date||Semester One: 4 March 2013
Semester Two: 22 July 2013
An interfaculty postgraduate degree that enables students with undergraduate backgrounds in Engineering, Science or Commerce to develop expertise in any aspect of the energy industry.
All students will complete two core courses that will give them an overview of energy technology and business issues. Students have a choice of completing a 90-point research thesis or a smaller 45-point research project. In both cases students will be expected to consider economic, environmental, regulatory and business issues, as well as technical matters.
Students who choose the smaller 45-point research project will also take an additional three 15-point courses. These will enable students to concentrate on a particular form of energy such as wind or geothermal, or to cover a range of topics.
For regulatory information, please see the University Calendar
- Wind energy generators
- Geothermal energy producers
- Oil & gas companies
- Electricity retailers
- Biofuel producers
- Government agencies
- Engineering consultancies
- Economics/business consulting