Our program, Master of Science in Alternative Energy has been designed to provide students with the knowledge regarding the issues related to alternative energy sources as well as sustainable energy sources. Students are also educated about the varied alternative energy sources and the limitations that exist as far as extracting of useable energy is concerned. Our highly qualified academic staff also helps the students to gain an understanding of the history and fundamental principles of alternative energy.
For successful completion of Masters degree in LUC, each candidate should publish minimum of Two research articles in scopus indexed journals, with Lincoln affiliation.
Our aim is to help the students acquire an understanding of the need of alternative sources and the importance of energy efficiency. We also focus on the prime sources of alternative energy as well as the cost-benefit ratio of the alternative energy sources. Students also learn about the cost of energy usage and the infrastructure facilities required for extracting alternative power. This learning will help the post graduate students to achieve success in their respective professional field.
· Energy Auditing Firms
· Science/Technology Research/Development
· Energy Efficiency Technician
· Energy Manager
Full Time : 18 Months.
Part Time : 36 Months.
|Sl.No.||MQA Subject Code||Subject Name||Credits|
|1||ENE 114||Natural Forms of Energy: Over Utilization and Under Utilization||4|
|2||ENE 124||Energy Conversion Devices||4|
|3||ENE 134||Science of Renewable Energy||4|
|4||ENE 144||Environmental Impact from Energy Use||4|
|5||ENE 153||Energy Efficiency||3|
|6||ENR 214||Current Global State of Alternative Energy||4|
|7||ENR 224||Advances in Alternative Energy Technologies||4|
|8||ENR 234||Greenhouse Gas Reduction Methodology and Applications||4|
|9||ENR 244||Second Generation Biofuels||4|
|10||CE 4123||Research Methodology||3|
|11||ENP 214||Government Role in Alternative Energy||4|
|12||ENB 244||Positioning for Global Expansion in Alternative Energy||4|
|13||ENP 224||Energy Ethics and Sustainability||4|
|14||ENP 234||Energy Self-Sufficiency||4|
|15||ENP 244||Responsibility of Oil Producing Nations in Developing Alternative Energy||4|
|16||ENB 214||Overcoming Barriers of Alternative Energy||4|
|17||ENB 224||Economics of Alternative Energy||4|
|18||ENB 234||Business Plan Development||4|
|19||ENR 318||Research Paper (Research & Development) Topic: R&D Dissertation based on Technology Testing||10|
|20||ENP 318||Research Paper (Public policy and Advocacy) Topic 1: Impact of Energy on Quality of Life Topic 2: What Nations Will Lead Alternative Energy in Next Millennium Topic 3: How Can Government Effectively Mandate Alternative Energy||10|
|21||ENB 318||Research Paper (Entrepreneurial) Topic 1: How and where the new jobs in alternative energy evolve. Topic 2: Why utility companies should start investing in alternative energy Topic 3: Technology venture formation. Topic 4: How to capitalize on alternative energy markets. Topic 5: How can small farmers contribute towards alternative energy supply Topic 6: Global investment opportunities in alternative energy||10|
Intake and Entry Requirements
Entry Requirements :
For non-Malaysian citizens, please refer to the Malaysian Qualification Agency's (MQA) List of Overseas Qualifications & its equivalency with Malaysian Education System to see if you qualify for this course.