MEE at a glance
At UIC, Master of Energy Engineering students are in good company.
Within three months of graduation, 97 percent of our most recent class had been hired into positions at:
Is the MEE program right for me? Heading link
- Are you interested in creating energy-efficient buildings?
- Do you want to ensure that buildings meet today’s demanding standards?
- Are you intrigued by power generation and the grid?
- Can you help companies respond to changing regulations?
If you would like to shape the way the world produces and uses power, explore the Master of
Energy Engineering program at UIC.
Why a Master of Energy Engineering degree? Heading link
The MEE is a unique program focusing on power generation and energy
use in buildings. The UIC curriculum is designed specifically to prepare
students to succeed in jobs in this field.
Our highly adaptable, non-thesis program covers climate change,
renewable resources, high-efficiency buildings, electric grid technology,
energy regulation, and emerging business trends. We offer:
- A unique program that is exclusive to UIC
- A curriculum that is continually updated to remain industry-current
- Classes scheduled to accommodate the needs of working professionals
Studying at UIC Engineering Heading link
Known worldwide for its academic excellence, UIC also is ranked #8 in the United States by The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education for best value—just ahead of Princeton University. UIC also ranks in the top 15 nationwide for diversity in U.S. News and World Report.
Studying in Chicago Heading link
Chicago is a world-class city that gives students access to leading companies in the engineering, energy, and environmental sectors. UIC’s downtown location and close connections with corporations and state and local government agencies provide wide-ranging opportunities.