The Master of Science degree in Energy Resources Engineering program requires at least 36 credit hours within the following guidelines:
Course-work of 18 credit hours, including core courses of 6 credit hours, elective courses of 9 credit hours and a Project-Based Learning course of 3 credit hours.
Thesis work is of 18 credit hours.
M.Sc. students have to pass successfully six courses with three credit hours each.

Core courses

    ERE 501- Energy Resources Engineering
    ERE 501- Energy Resources Engineering
    ERE 502-Renewable Energy Utilization

Elective courses

Each course is worth 3 credit hours. Students select the 9-credithours elective courses from the sets of the elective courses with the aid of their academic advisors. Students can also select, with the approval of their academic advisors, elective courses from other interdisciplinary graduate programs.

    ERE 503- Solar Energy Engineering
    ERE 504- Fuels and Processes
    ERE 505- Computational Fluid Dynamics
    ERE 506- Thermal/ Hydraulics in Power Technology
    ERE 507- Thermal and Cogeneration Systems
    ERE 508- Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Systems
    ERE 509- Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer
    ERE 510- Advanced Thermodynamics
    ERE 511- Advanced Fluid Mechanics
    ERE 512- Advanced Combustion and Air Pollution

Project-Based Learning Course:

Master of Science students in Energy Resources Engineering program have to participate in a teamwork project, which is based on self-learning. Students have to present innovative concepts and competitive solutions to energy problems. The total credits of the course are three.

    ERE 701- Project Based Learning on Energy Resources Engineering

M.Sc. Thesis :

The M.Sc. candidate should prepare and defend a Thesis based on a high-value research work in one research topic in the fields of Energy Resources Engineering.

    ERE 801 – M. Sc. Thesis