The Ph.D. degree in Energy Resources Engineering program requires at least 48 credit hours within the following guidelines:

Course-work of 18 credit hours, including elective courses of 12 credit hours, selected from the sets of Energy Resources Engineering elective courses and two research seminar courses of 6 credit hours. All courses are 3 credit hours. Students can also select only one, with the approval of their academic advisors, elective course from other interdisciplinary graduate programs. Thesis -work of 30 credit hours. Ph.D. students have to pass successfully six courses with three credit hours each.

Elective courses

    ERE 601- Sustainable Energy Utilization
    ERE 602- Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics
    ERE603- Refrigeration and Indoor Environmental Control
    ERE 604-Turbomachinery
    ERE 605- Energy Management
    ERE 606- Energy Systems
    ERE 607- Advanced Topics in Fuels and Combustion
    ERE 608- Energy Efficient Buildings
    ERE 609-Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF)
    ERE 610-Energy Storage (I)
    ERE 611-Energy Storage (II)
    ERE 612-Dynamic Uninterruptible Power Supply System (UPS)
    ERE 613- Smart Grids
    ERE 614- Electrical Power Generation

Advanced Research Seminars Courses:

Ph.D. students have to participate in two seminars activities, which are based on self-learning, and presentations of new advanced topics in her/his discipline. The total credit hours of the seminar are six. The seminar ERE 702 will be conducted by distinguished Japanese and/or Egyptian Professors, while seminar ERE 703 will be conducted by students through presentations of recent Journals and papers in the student research field (state of the art). In addition, the students shall present the progress in their research projects.

    ERE 702- Advanced Research Seminar on Energy Resources Engineering
    ERE 703- Research Seminar on Recent Topics in Energy Resources Engineering

Ph.D. Thesis:

The Ph.D. candidate should prepare and defend a Thesis based on a high-value research work in one research topic in the field of Energy Resources Engineering. The Thesis should present a new contribution(s) to the subject in the respective field of research.

    ERE 802 – Ph.D. Thesis