The common regulations governing Masters Degrees in the University shall apply
The common regulations for the Masters degrees in the School of Engineering and Technology shall be apply. The following shall be eligible for admission for Masters' degree in the department.
First or Upper Second Class Honours degree in Appropriate Technology, Engineering (including: Agricultural, Civil and Construction, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Petroleum, Biomedical, Aeronautical), Physics, Technology Education and any other relevant disciplines from any recognized University
Those with Second Class (Lower Division) may be considered on condition that they have Grade "C" and above in units relevant to their areas of specialization.
Duration and Pattern of the Course
Master of Science degrees in the Department of Energy Engineering shall be by coursework, ex- amination and thesis only.The MSc (Renewable Energy) program in the department shall extend over a minimum of eighteen months and a maximum of 36 months.In the first year of study, students will take twelve (12) core units.In the second year, students will concentrate on their research work and thesis.Upon successful completion of the course and thesis, the candidate shall be awarded an M.Sc (Renewable Energy) degree.
The final written examinations will constitute 70% of the total mark while the continuous assessment and assignments will constitute 30%.The pass mark of each course shall be 50%.
Unit Code and Unit Title
SET 800: Research Methodology
SET 801: Energy Management
SET 802: Advanced Heat Transfer
SET 803: Energy Resources and Utilization
SET 810: Biomass Conversion
SET 811: Energetic and Power Generation Systems
SET 814: Solar Energy
SET 817: Wind and Hydropower technologies
SET 820: Energy Modeling
SET 823: Energy for Sustainable Developement
SET 824: Environmetal Engineering
SET 825: Enviromental Management Tools and Accounting
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