Want to specialize?
As part of the Master of Engineering degree (MEng), the Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering offers students the opportunity to specialize in specific areas and earn a Department Graduate Certificate in addition to the MEng degree.
If the certificate course plan has been followed, a student will be awarded a Department Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Energy upon successful completion of the MEng Degree.
More information at http://www.wise.uwaterloo.ca/grads.html.Attachments:
Additional Information : Students will be exposed to different aspects of sustainable energy sources including the theory of operation and analysis of wind turbines, fuel cells and photovoltaic. Interfacing these energy sources with the electric utility grid and their effects on electricity market pricing will be addressed. To receive the Department Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Energy, a student completing his or her MEng will have to successfully complete two compulsory courses and three elective courses from the lists below. Compulsory courses (2) * ECE 667 Sustainable Distributed Power Generation * ECE 663 Energy Processing Elective Courses (choose 3 from this list) * ECE 632 Photovoltaic Energy Conversion * ECE 662 Power Systems * ECE 664 Power System Computer Application * ECE 765 Distribution Systems Engineering * ECE 760(T6) Power System Management & Electricity Markets
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