Energy Systems Engineering
The Department of Mechanical Engineering, in collaboration with several other departments, offers a masters degree in Energy Systems Engineering. ESE is an interdisciplinary major. The Master of Engineering is available online.
One of the challenges facing society in the 21st century is providing sustainable energy for a growing world population. Widely reported warnings have emphasized the need to develop new sources of energy, while at the same time preventing or reversing the degradation of the environment. Energy systems are pervasive, affecting nearly every aspect of society. The increasing complexity of these systems, along with increasing environmental constraints, requires practicing professionals in the field that have knowledge, skills and abilities specific to energy system design, evaluation, construction and management. At ISU we are dedicated to your success as a graduate student. As a first step, we have collected information on application requirements as well as links where you can find further information. We encourage you to explore.
- Master of Engineering (M.Engr.)
- Online Master of Engineering (M.Engr.)
- Demonstrate a broad knowledge in the field of Energy Systems Engineering.
- Develop and demonstrate through their coursework a deep understanding and expertise in one or more areas of Energy Systems Engineering.
- Discuss and apply an understanding of the current literature in Energy Systems Engineering and related disciplines
- Understand and be able to identify their post-graduation career options: industrial, entrepreneurial and academic.
- Demonstrate a commitment to the thoughtful consideration of fundamental principles of ethical professional conduct
Contact: Dr. Mark Wright
If you do not have the ability to upload supplemental materials to your application please email a PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no paper materials.
Graduate College Requirements:Program Specific Requirements:
- 4 year Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent)
- Academic Records/Transcripts
- Minimum 3.0 GPA (Program may alter requirement.)
- Proof of English Proficiency.
- Additional Materials Needed: resume, and transcripts.
- Required qualifications: Admission is contingent upon having a Bachelors of Science degree in Engineering OR Bachelors of Science degree, non-Engineering with 11 semester credits in math (through differential equations) and 16 semester credits in physics, chemistry and engineering sciences.
- A GPA of 3.0 or equivilent as well as research experience are recommended qualifications. Students may take up to 9 credits as a non-degree seeking student, so it is possible to begin your studies before formal admittance into the program.
- International Students - Graduate Application Instructions
- U.S. Students - Graduate Application Instructions
- Program Requires GRE: No
- Program Requires GMAT: No
- Program Will Review Without TOEFL or IELTS: No
- Financial Statement: Application
- English Proficiency Minimum:
TOEFL Paper (PBT) 550 TOEFL Internet (iBT) 80 IELTS 6.5 PTE 53 Duolingo (approved through spring 2023) 105
- January 15 for Fall Admissions and September 1 for Spring Admissions; For full consideration, all materials must be submitted and part of your application file by the deadline.
This program is open to domestic and international students.