Fall, Spring, Summer (domestic only)
Available 100% Online: Yes and available on-ground in Boston
Summer 2020: April 21, 2020; Fall 2020: August 1, 2020 ; Spring 2021: November 15, 2020
Fall 2020: May 15, 2020 (outside of the U.S.); July 1, 2020 (inside the U.S.); Spring 2021: September 15, 2020 (outside of the U.S.); November 1, 2020 (inside the U.S.)
Credits Required for Graduation
35.5 Semester Hours
As sustainability issues move to the forefront of businesses and governments worldwide, there’s a growing need for energy systems professionals—in particular, those with the expertise to excel at the intersection of technical principles, business strategies, and public planning.
The interdisciplinary Master of Science in Energy Systems from Northeastern University helps you gain the real-world experience needed to succeed in this fast growing field.
With the master's in Energy Systems, you’ll have the unique opportunity to:
Move into this high-growth field, from a range of non-engineering backgrounds.
Students with first-year calculus, physics and chemistry in their undergrad studies, but no prior exposure to thermos-sciences have the opportunity to take the Master of Science in Energy Systems - Academic Link path. Students in this program will take two additional core courses that will provide them with an introduction to the fundamentals of thermodynamics and math that are necessary to be successful in the energy systems program.