MS in Energy Systems Management

Program Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  • utilize principles and processes of whole systems to understand how the energy system impacts and is related to the ecological system and the social system.
  • demonstrate understanding of the energy policy and market environments and their impact on energy consumption and production.
  • demonstrate understanding of the human dimension of energy systems including managing for change, stakeholder engagement, and customer engagement.
  • communicate skillfully through written reports and oral presentations in styles relevant to the energy field.
  • utilize critical analysis to understand why the current electricity generation and distribution system evolved and how to move it towards the 21st century grid.


34 units

  • ENGY 604 Renewable Energy Economics
  • ENGY 610 Quantitative Methods
  • ENGY 612 Energy Technologies
  • ENGY 624 Energy Industry Strategy & Policy
  • ENGY 626 Electricity Markets
  • ENGY 630 Power Systems: Electricity and Grids
  • ENGY 632 Leadership, Collaboration, Innovation
  • LAW 739 Energy Law
  • ENGY 640 Community Projects
  • ENGY 696 Master’s Project
    ENGY 697 Internship
  • Elective

Contact Info

MS in Energy Systems Management

Maggie Winslow, Program Director

Harney Science Center 426 (415) 422-5987