International Master’s Program in Electric Power Engineering specializes in electric power engineering, including electric machine drives, power systems and power electronics, networks and controls.

There are 8 core courses in this field.

1. Advanced Electric Machinery Theory

2. Finite Element Analysis of Electric Machinery Systems

3. Linear System Analysis

4. Load Flow Analysis

5. Optimal Control

6. Power Electronics Converter

7. Power Quality

8. Power System Operations


Required courses

Graduation Requirement: Credit Points


Required Courses





The Department’s

Education Goal

1. To educate students theoretical knowledge in the electric power engineering field.

2. To train students having practical electric power engineering skills.

3. To enhance teamwork and engineering ethics.

4. To inspire students' potential and encourage them to think independently and be innovatively.

5. To have international perspective.


The Student’s

Professional Ability

1. Be able to analyze, express and solve problems by integrating electric power engineering knowledge.

2. Be able to organize electric power engineering knowledge.

3. Be able to achieve the goal by working with team and following engineering ethics.

4. Be able to find out his/her own potential, think independently and innovatively.

5. Be able to take new knowledge, be sensitive to international trends, and be able to take challenge any time.


Course Regulation

Students have to complete a total of 24-credit course work (at least 12 must be received from the core courses), and a Master’s thesis in the field of electric power engineering for graduation. Students are required to submit and defend his/her thesis to a panel of 3-5 committee members. The topic of the thesis should be related to his/her research specialties and meet the industrial development needs of the student’s country.



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