The Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture will be offering the new Master of Energy Management, available from the September 2013 semester. Delivered in partnership with the Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College (USA), the program is built on scientific rigor and professional practice to provide a unique, interdisciplinary training in energy management.
The Master of Energy Management program covers various subject areas including energy conservation and utilization, economics, environmental management and climate change, project management and project finance, and risk and uncertainty.
The program is built on scientific rigor and professional practice to provide a unique, interdisciplinary training in energy management.
This program allows students to exit after four subjects with a graduate certificate; after eight subjects with a postgraduate diploma; or complete all 12 subjects for a master’s degree.
The Master of Energy Management equips graduates with the required skills to become the next generation of energy leaders, managers and decision makers with the necessary insight and knowledge to address the challenges in energy management that face us today and into the future.
At completion of the Master of Energy Management graduates will have a strong understanding of business engineering practice as it relates to energy management. They will have acquired skills to incorporate the broad context of energy management into future economic case studies that will be necessary under the paradigm of sustainable development (in various industries such as minerals, oil and gas, water, waste, and power generation).
Program: Master of Energy Management
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Duration: 1 year
Semester intakes: September, May, January. Program commences September 2013
Application deadline: Students interested in the Master of Energy Management at Bond University should apply a minimum of three months in advance of their chosen semester intake.
Entry requirements: Applicants must hold an approved undergraduate degree in engineering from an internationally recognized institution or qualifications and / or relevant professional experience, deemed equivalent by the director of the program.