Master of Engineering
Clean Nature, Green Energy
The focus of the Master’s Degree Programme in Energy Engineering is to educate professionals in engineering and business management in the field of international energy engineering projects. The aim of the programme is to create highly skilled specialists for the following fields of expertise: managing international technology projects and supply chains, developing advanced energy production systems, intercultural communication and language skills, and specialized themes in engineering.
Curriculum of degree programme in energy engineering has been drawn up, so that
– the degree produces the degree of competence required in work life
– the education ensures the development of the student’s expertise
– the education enhances lifelong learning
– draws up to support his/her studies an individual study plan in which earlier acquired competence is identified
– is responsible for the progression of his/her studies.
Savonia’s teachers and other personnel facilitate and support in the defining and achieving of individual goals. The student starts the planning of the thesis in during the first semester.
The competence objective is that the student is able to evaluate and make use of national and international networks. In addition, she/he creates multiprofessional partnerships in energy technology field. She/he is able to direct and develop partnerships and brings one’s expertise in interdisciplinary networks/groups.
Master of Energy Engineerin is 60 ECTS and the degree can be completed in 1,5 – 2 years. The curriculum consist of advanced professional studies 20 ECTS, optional studies 10 ECTS and thesis 30 ECTS.
At the beginning of the studies you will choose 30 ECTS from common and field-specific professional studies in accordance with your personal study and career plan. You will receive guidance and counselling from the responsible teacher of the programme as well as from other members of Savonia staff in view of defining and achieving your personal goals.
The next application period has not yet been announced.
Questions on applying? Please contact
Questions on the degree? Please contact
Olli-Pekka Kähkönen, Senior Lecturer
Tel +358 44 785 6752
Structure of studies
The studies contain 60 ECTS and they can be completed in 1,5 – 2 years.
Major studies consist of the following study entities and modules:
- Recent Development and Future Technologies of Alternative energy Sources and Green House Gas Free Energy Production
- Industrial management in international context
- Project Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Lean and Agile Product Development
At Savonia UAS your thesis work will be working- life related. This gives you a possibility to network with the experts and employers in your own field as well as in other fields during your studies. You will prove to be able to recognize, evaluate and solve working-life related challenges independently.
As Master’s degree student you may combine assignments of courses and your thesis either to development projects of your own or to some other organization. In addition there are a lot of interesting topics available in research and development projects going on at Savonia UAS.
Master level studies are 60 ECTS credits. The study time for Master´s studies varies because of different educational and work backgrounds as well as because of the timetable of the individual studying. A Master´s degree program of 60 ECTS could be executed in one year, however it usually takes 1.5.-2.0 years. The studies consist of advanced professional studies, optional studies and thesis.
After completing the studies you will be able to work in expert and managerial positions in the large international companies with their subcontracting companies in multiprofessional workplaces. The Master’s degree at a university of applied sciences qualifies you for working in a public sector post. The qualifications are equivalent to those attained at a university.
- Project Manager
- Project Engineering Manager
- Quality Manager
- Product Manager
- Product Development Manager
- Commissioning Manager
- Energy Production Specialist
- Senior Lecturer