Location: Capital Region Delivery Method: Hybrid, Onsite

This is a technical degree focused on energy systems and related technology and the impact of our external changing environment on these technologies.

In the Master of Science in Energy Systems, Clarkson enables you to integrate mechanical/electrical energy related courses, mechanical and electrical fundamental discipline courses and non-technical courses regarding the impact of environmental, economic and regulatory issues on energy.

With evening courses and part-time study, this program offers the only engineering program in the capital region designed to meet the needs of working professionals. You’ll learn and network with other professionals who are seeking to advance their knowledge and become leaders in their fields. Coursework is also well-matched to recent graduates who want to benefit from learning alongside experienced professionals.

Curriculum

MS in Energy Systems

The energy systems MS program is a 33 credit hour program. Full-time students usually complete the degree in one and a half to two years, while part-time students typically finish in two and a half to three years.

Energy Systems MS Curriculum

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Our Faculty

Our engineering faculty are accomplished educators, researchers and industry practitioners. They are connected to the region’s leading industries and integrate the latest technologies and applications in the courses they teach. You’ll not only advance your knowledge in their classes, you’ll also learn how to apply it to real-life challenges and opportunities.

Clarkson will provide you the knowledge and know-how to expand your thinking in the related fields of energy systems and environment, and your degree can easily be integrated into your career goals. You'll gain the tools to pursue your future goals with the ever sought after credentials of a master's degree.

Admission

General Admission Requirements

Prerequisites
Students must have a BS in engineering, physics or equivalent field.

A complete application file consists of the following items:

  • application form
  • resume and statement of purpose
  • letters of recommendation — two letters required
  • official transcripts
  • TOEFL/IELTS (if applicable); GRE not required

Supplemental information may be submitted if desired; this could include any other information that may help us evaluate your application.

Contact Us

To learn more, contact

Bob Kozik
Associate Dean, School of Engineering
bkozik@clarkson.edu
518-631-9881

Ready to apply? Contact

Graduate Admissions Team
graduate@clarkson.edu
518-631-9831

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