Master of Science by Coursework in Energy Systems (Full-time)
1. The Divisional Board of Mathematical Physical and Life Sciences shall elect for the supervision of the course a Standing Committee, which shall have the power to arrange lectures and other instruction. The Course Director will be responsible to the Standing Committee.
2. Candidates must follow a course of instruction in Energy Systems.
3. The course is available on a full-time basis for a minimum of 3 terms.
4. In the following ‘the Course Handbook’ refers to the Energy Systems Handbook and supplements to this published by the Standing Committee for Energy Systems.
5. Candidates will complete and be assessed on the following parts:
(a) Submission of written assignments in each of the following foundation modules:
i. Energy Sources
ii. Energy Demand
iii. Energy Infrastructure
(b) Submission of written assignments corresponding to a minimum of six and a maximum of seven further taught modules chosen from those listed in the Course Handbook,
(c) A group case study project,
(d) The whole cohort industrial case study,
(e) A dissertation of not more than 15,000 words on a topic selected by the candidate in consultation with the supervisor and approved by the Standing Committee.
6. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the Industrial visit and associated dissemination activity to the satisfaction of the examiners.
7. The assessed work set out in clause 5(a) to 5 (c) shall be submitted electronically, in accordance with details given in the Course Handbook.
8. Electronic copies of the dissertation in clause 5(e) must be submitted via the approved online submission system not later than noon on the first Monday in September.
9. The examiners may also examine any candidate viva voce on any of the elements listed in clause 5.
10. Candidates who fail to satisfy the examiners in any part of the examination will be permitted to resubmit work in respect of the part or parts of the examination which they have failed for examination on not more than one occasion which shall normally be within one year of the original failure.