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Masters in Energy Engineering

IcyDeathIcyDeath Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
I am currently pursuing an undergraduate course in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Energy Engineering. I am looking for a Graduate/Masters programme in Integrated Energy Systems, Renewable Energy, Solar Energy, Small Hydro Energy, Wind Energy or similar...
So far I've found only undergraduate programmes that allow you to major in Energy Systems at OregonTech and University of Wisconsin - Madison
Could you guys please suggest as to what degree/course I should pursue for my Masters? And if there's any university that I might have overlooked? Any and all replies welcome. :)
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