In partnership with EUCLID, IOSD offers an online master in renewable energy which is not an engineering degree but rather a program that focuses on policy and solutions.
This content-rich program addresses and serves the growing global need for advanced expertise in renewable and sustainability systems. To succeed in this dynamic and globalized marketplace, a master’s level graduate must have sufficient technical knowledge combined with sound policy training in areas related to renewable energy. Graduates should also fully understand the applications of the technology in society, the energy economics, and the project development process.
If you have a bachelor’s degree in a related field of study, this program is an excellent way to continue your education.
Why an Online Degree from EUCLID, in cooperation with IOSD?
This online Master in Renewable Energy degree is delivered through EUCLID, one of the world’s few intergovernmental and treaty-based universities, drawing upon a strong partnership between IOSD, EUCLID, and other major institutions. It offers you the opportunity to benefit from the expertise and unique perspectives of faculty with diverse backgrounds in renewable energy.
Your Renewable Energy and Sustainability Systems Curriculum
This program presents you with a core curriculum focused on renewable energy and sustainability, plus the ability to choose from a number of courses focusing on wind energy, solar energy, bio-energy, and sustainability management and policy.
Please note that standard roadmaps do not apply to post-graduate programs.
This program can benefit you if you are already in the renewable and sustainability industry and looking to advance in your current position, or if you want to move into another segment of this rapidly evolving industry.
A Master’s in Renewable Energy can prepare you to make an impact in the industry by serving in professional roles, including sustainability project manager, vice president of business development, environmental scientist, energy project analyst, research analyst, community planner, and energy project engineer.