Master of Science Degree Program in Energy Systems

The Graduate School of Engineering offers a Master of Science degree program in Energy Systems.

The Master of Science degree program in Energy Systems integrates the technology side of energy systems development with the financial planning needed to effectively implement them. The goal of the MSES is to create a high-level signature, interdisciplinary graduate program for the engineer or technical business major, who is pursuing an industrial or public planning based career.

Northeastern University's College of Engineering enters its second century with a distinguished history of accomplishment and vast potential for innovation in engineering research and education, particularly in the energy, environmental, health and security fields. With state-of-the-art engineering research centers, 122 faculty engaged in interdisciplinary research and teaching, more than $30 million in annual federal funding, and thousands of loyal alumni providing support, the College of Engineering is optimally positioned for even greater success. Started in 1909, it was the first school at Northeastern to adopt cooperative education, an academic model that integrates professional experience with classroom study. Over the past century, this interactive learning environment has nourished the entrepreneurial spirit of countless engineering students who have gone on to found successful companies around the world.