MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Management (MSSEM)
The core courses of this program provide the skills and expertise required for comprehensive understanding of the most recent technological, institutional, and economical issues related to renewable energy sustainability planning and development.
MSSEM Application and Admissions Requirements
MSSEM Degree Requirements
In order to earn an MSSEM degree, a student must:
1. Fulfill the major (24 SCH) course requirements for the MSSEM, in addition to any undergraduate prerequisite courses that may be needed.
2. Complete and defend the Thesis (SEM 5633 6 SCH) or MS Final Project (SEM 5333 3 SCH) successfully. Students who select the project option also need to pass an additional approved elective for 3 SCH.
3. Have an overall GPA of at least 3.00.
4. Earn a grade of B- or better in all courses counting towards the MSSEM.
See AUI Catalog (2015-2017) for further details: http://www.aui.ma/catalog%202015-2017_Links%20clickable.pdf (P 336-337)