Learn the skills to lead in Energy Systems Engineering
The Master of Engineering in Engineering with concentration in Energy Systems degree from The Grainger College of Engineering provides a broad interdisciplinary education in energy systems for a variety of professional career-track students.
This professional, non-thesis degree can be completed in 2-3 semesters.
What sets this degree apart
Combine courses that align with your interests and career goals with a comprehensive framework of core courses covering today's energy landscape.
Develop your leadership, entrepreneurship, and project management skills with a selection of required professional development courses.
Our innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum is developed and taught by leading faculty members who are actively working on modern energy solutions.
Our graduates are helping to build a cleaner, safer planet.
Shashikiran Duraisamy appreciates the interdisciplinary nature of the Energy Systems program and was active in student organizations.
“I want to play a part in the decarbonization of the energy sector, which is necessary for a cleaner and safer planet. This program equipped me with the skills and tools necessary to achieve that.”
Shashikiran Duraisamy, M.Eng. 2020
Apply now for Fall or Spring enrollment
Fall term: May 1 (international), Jul. 1 (domestic and UIUC students)
Spring term: Nov. 1 (international), Dec. 1 (domestic and UIUC students)
Summer term: April 1 (all applicants)
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