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Level 6 course units
|EEEN60302 - Electrical Energy Systems||1||Mandatory||15||6|
|EEEN60312 - Analysis of Electrical Power and Energy Conversion Systems||1||Mandatory||15||6|
|EEEN60321 - Power System Operation and Economics||1||Mandatory||15||6|
|EEEN60372 - Power Syst Plant, Asset Management and Condition Monitoring||1||Mandatory||15||6|
|EEEN60070 - Dissertation||2||Mandatory||60||6|
|EEEN60076 - Power System Protection||2||Mandatory||15||6|
|EEEN60342 - Power System Dynamics & Quality of Supply||2||Mandatory||15||6|
|EEEN60352 - Smart Grids & Sustainable Electricity Systems||2||Mandatory||15||6|
|EEEN60357 - Techniques for Research and Industry||2||Mandatory||15||6|
|EEEN60071 - Dissertation Project||1 and 2||Mandatory||12|
Students must obtain a pass in all taught elements (including the feasibility study) with an average of at least 70% in order to progress to the second year of the Advanced Electrical Power Systems Engineering MSc.
The Second year of the course is dedicated to the MSc Project where the student has the opportunity to use advanced computer programming tools and the School’s high voltage laboratory facilities. The projects are specifically designed to provide students with skills to address future energy challenges and understand the impact of new technologies in power industry.