Electrical engineering (power systems) master’s programs can pave the way for a number of different careers. Students who graduate with a degree in electrical engineering (power systems) often find jobs in power plants, utility companies, transmission and distribution system operation companies, and various engineering firms and industrial facilities.
Here’s one career possibility:
Power & Smart Grid Engineer
Use your electrical engineering (power systems) background to plan, design and operate electric power systems. Power engineers are concerned with generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electric power and the electrical devices connected to the power grid.
Career titles include: Power Systems Designer, Substation Integration and Automation Engineer, Transmission and Distribution System Engineer, Supply Applications Architectural Electrical Engineer, Electricity Market and Resource Management Engineer, etc.
Our online master’s program in electrical engineering (power systems) includes courses related to power systems analysis and optimization, power electronics, electric machines, electricity markets, renewable energy integration and smart grid applications.
Take charge of your future with an online Master of Science in Engineering