Upon successful completion of this programme the graduate will be able to demonstrate... :
Knowledge - Breadth
A broad based knowledge and understanding of mathematics, the physical sciences, ICT, design processes and methodologies and
industrial practices relevant to Sustainable Energy Engineering.
Knowledge - Kind
A detailed knowledge and understanding of the application of mathematical and scientific methods to Sustainable Energy problems,
whilst comprehending that mathematics and the engineering sciences are built on relatively few basic concepts and involving powerful
Skill - Range
Apply and modify mathematical and scientific tools and techniques to solve complex sustainable energy problems through data
collection, modelling, analysis, design, simulation, communication and management with creativity, imagination and confidence.
Skill - Selectivity
The ability to select, evaluate and apply appropriate engineering, technological and management aids to design and implement a
system, component or process to meet specified needs in complex and unfamiliar situations.
Competence - Context
An understanding of the diverse nature and the social context of energy engineering; appreciate the impact of engineering
solutions in a global, contemporary, societal, commercial and environmental context; exhibit professionalism, whilst having the
confidence and independence to apply existing knowledge to new and unfamiliar problems.
Competence - Role
An ability to act in teams and in a multi-disciplinary fashion, set and implement work objectives and priorities, exercise leadership over
technical or other personnel where required; recognise, interpret and apply appropriate regulations and ethical considerations.
Competence - Learning to Learn
An awareness of the current boundaries of the various specialist areas in Sustainable Energy and to have sufficient academic
training, confidence and discipline to broaden and deepen own knowledge base through further study, research and professional
Competence - Insight
A recognition of their obligations to society, the profession and the environment by being familiar with the expectations and standards
inherent in professional codes of conduct, and by realising the interconnectivities between technology, society and global sustainability.