The Master of Engineering in Power Systems Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is designed for professional engineers looking to elevate their knowledge and expertise specifically in power systems engineering.
If you're not sure whether you want to commit to this full degree, you can take an individual course or two to try it out!
Ten courses, 30 credit hours. A thesis is not required.
Required Course (3 credits):
Choose at least 12 additional credits (4 courses) in Power Systems Engineering:
Up to 6 additional credits from:
Up to 9 credits from any of the following:
Any graduate course in engineering, mathematics or science**
Graduate management courses such as:
*Credit cannot be awarded for ECE 5521 & 5522 if credit for ECE 5520 has been earned.
**Note that not all courses shown in the graduate catalog are available online. Please check the current course schedule listings.
If you're looking for something a bit less, WPI also offers a Certificate in Power Systems Engineering: Protection & Control through EPCE.