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Now Enrolling: Online Power Systems Programs

Power systems is now one of the most dynamic industries in which to work. The use of renewable energy is on the rise; technological innovations are improving the power grid while also raising questions about safety and cybersecurity. With so much of the workforce now reaching the age of retirement and the evolution of energy policy, the world needs power-systems experts more than ever.

Depending on your area of expertise, WPI offers a few options in this area of study: 

  • Power Systems - Online Graduate Certificates
  • Power Systems Engineering – Online Master of Engineering (MEng)
  • Power Systems Management – Online Master of Science (MS)

WPI’s online graduate programs in Power Systems prepare engineers for professional practice in the electric utility industry. We combine essential topics in power systems with technology-focused business courses that empower graduates to improve energy delivery and meet the challenges of an evolving power grid. Advance your expertise in key topics including protective relaying, controls, and power transmission and gain practical experience that is immediately relevant for a career in the power industry.

    Fill out the form to connect with your Online Team Program Manager to get:

    • Assistance in choosing the best program for you
    • Course information and workload expectations
    • Details about the online learning experience at WPI
    • Tuition and financial aid information 

    Admission Requirements

    Students must have an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from an ABET accredited university with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Some graduate engineers from other disciplines may be successful in Power Systems; however they may need an additional foundation in mathematics.

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