Electrical Power Engineering PSM
The program requires 30 credit; only 9 credits can be 400-level.
[ 9 CREDITS ]
E E 521 – Analysis of Power Systems
E E 536 – Power System Economics and Electricity Markets
E E 526 – High Voltage Overhead Transmission Lines
E E 485 – Electric Energy Distribution Systems (If EE485 is selected, it counts as 3 credits of your allowed 9 credits of 400-level courses.)
[ 9 CREDITS; COURSES ARE 3 CREDITS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ]
*If you selected EE485 as one of your Required Courses then you may select only six credits of 400-level courses from this list of Elective Courses.
E E 486 – Power Electronics
E E 491 – Performance of Power Systems
E E 492 – Renewable Energy Resources
E E 493 – Protection of Power Systems I
E E 522 – High Voltage Engineering
E E 526 or EE 485 (above) may be taken as an elective if not used as a required course.
Up to two other relevant courses may be substituted, upon departmental approval. The policy of no more than 9 credits of 400-level courses applies to all courses appearing on your Program of Study.
Professional Core Areas
[ 9 CREDITS; ONE COURSE FROM EACH AREA ]
A. Managing Organizations and Projects
- EM 522 – Leading People and Organizations
- EM 564 – Project Management
- EM 575 – Managing Innovation: Strategy and Performance
B. Managing Uncertainty, Risk, and Finance
- EM 505 – Finance for Technical Systems
- EM 568 – Risk Assessment and Management
- EM 585 – Design of Experiments
C. Communications, Legal, and System Engineering Management
- Engl 595 Communicating in STEM
- EM 508 – Legal Concepts for Engineering and Technical Management
- EM 566 – Trade-off Analytics: Exploring the System Tradespace
[ 3 CREDITS REQUIRED INTERNSHIP COMMENCES WITH PROGRAM APPROVAL]
E E 701 – Master’s Independent Capstone Project and/or Examination
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