Engineering: Energy and Environmental Engineering (300 ECTS credits)
Climate impacts and rising energy prices mean that the environment and energy issues are becoming increasingly important. There is great need to make energy use more effective, economically viable and good for the environment. As an MSc in energy and environmental technologies, you can work nationally and internationally to create energy efficient products and systems. Solid knowledge of environmental engineering, energy processes, fluid mechanics and heat and mass transport is necessary to create energy-efficient systems. Your ability to see environmental and energy systems from different perspectives is necessary to develop processes and products that promote sustainable development. Your broad expertise can be used in many different areas of work, and is therefore of great value to many different types of businesses as well as governments and international contacts.
Education level: Basic level
Prerequisites: Fall-13: Basic prerequisites and Mathematics E, Physics B och Chemistry A. Area prerequisite 9, except Mathematics E. Spring-14: Basic prerequisites and Mathematics C, Physics A och Chemistry A. If you begin with the spring semester you will take one semester of preparatory courses. From the fall semester you will follow the ordinary programme. Starting fall-13, Mathematics E is required.