Energiemanagement (Master of Science)

Profile

Degree program content
  • Engineering principles of thermal and electrical energy technology
  • Political and legal background to the energy sector
  • Applied business administration
  • Rational energy uses/Energy efficiency
  • Use and cost-effectiveness of renewable energy systems
  • Selected aspects of energy management
  • Communication and management
Study location
  • Koblenz campus
Examination locations
  • Berlin
  • Essen
  • Frankfurt
  • Hannover
  • Stuttgart
  • Koblenz
  • Munich
  • German representations abroad (embassies, consulates, Goethe Institutes, German schools, etc.)
Admission requirements
  • The following are eligible for admission to the continuing education distance learning course in ‘Energy Management’:

1. Applicants with a university qualification
Applicants with a first professional university qualification (university or university of applied sciences) who can demonstrate at least one year of relevant professional experience in conjunction with a degree in engineering, natural sciences or business management or, if their degree is in a different discipline, then with at least two years of relevant professional experience.

2. Applicants without a university qualification
Admission options
Participant fee
  • The fees for the degree program are €795 per semester for the part-time model or €1,590 per semester for the full-time model (plus a social contribution and a fee for the supervision of the Master’s thesis)
Start of the degree program
  • October 1
Application
  • May 15 to September 15
Degree program duration
  • Full-time model: 4 semesters (2 modules per semester) or
  • Part-time model: 8 semesters (1 module per semester)
Qualification
  • Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Accreditation
  • Accredited by FIBBA
Academic advisor
Specifics
  • Online study
  • Attendance phases in Koblenz
Further information