Typical Power & Energy Engineering Courses

To be eligible to receive our scholarship, students must be attending a four-year, ABET-accredited Bachelor's Degree Program in Electrical Engineering at a U.S. higher education institution or a CEAB-accredited university in Canada that offers several undergraduate courses on electric power and energy engineering.   Students who receive the scholarship should be willing to take at least three of the power engineering courses for a total of nine or more credits.  Here is a list of typical courses that qualify:

 

  • Electric Machinery
  • Energy Conversion
  • Energy Development and Power Generation
  • Energy Management Systems
  • Energy System Design
  • High Voltage AC/DC, FACTS
  • Industrial and Commercial Power Systems
  • Motor Drives and Controls
  • Power Electronics
  • Power Quality
  • Power Systems Analysis
  • Power System Economics, Markets and Regulation
  • Power Systems Communications
  • Power System Relaying and Protection
  • Power System Stability and Control
  • Power System Transients
  • Power Systems Instrumentation and Measurement
  • Power Systems Operations, Planning and Reliability
  • Photovoltaics, Wind, Renewables
  • Smart Grids
  • Substation Design
  • Transmission and Distribution Engineering