M.SC. In Energy Management (Online)

  • NFQ Level 9
  • Credits 30
  • Course Code N/A
  • Award Masters (Taught)
  • Duration 1

Course Summary

Candidates who have successfully completed the modules on the Post Graduate Diploma in Energy Management may choose to register for the Masters Dissertation for a further 30 Credits. This programme consists of a 25 credit Dissertation, and a co-requisite 5 credit module on Research Methods. Having accumulated the full 90 Credits successful graduates will be awarded an MSc in Energy Management.

Key Course Information

NOTE: Candidates cannot be conferred with a Post Graduate Diploma and an MSc, and they need to make a decision regarding progression to the MSc before completing the modules for the PgD.
Full details of individual modules are available through the following link here
ATU Sligo reserves the right to change the programme design throughout the duration of the course.

Application Closing Date : 16th August 2024

Programme Fees

Fees: €2,000 (30 Credit Dissertation/Thesis).

To help make the payment of fees more manageable for students who are self-funding their studies, tuition fees can be paid through payment instalment plans at ATU Sligo. For further information on instalment plans, please visit our Fees and Funding webpage. 

If you apply and are approved for an online course at ATU Sligo, you will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit of €250 to secure your place. Your deposit will then be credited against the course fees once you are registered as a student. Students at ATU Sligo are also eligible to claim tax relief at the standard rate for tuition fees.

For further information and guidance about Fees and Funding for online and part-time courses at ATU Sligo, click here.

If you are seeking to take your exams online, and you meet the eligibility criteria (overseas students and those with extenuating circumstances), an additional examinations fee will apply. For further information, please visit our Examinations webpage

Course Format

Semester 1

Dissertation MSc Energy Management25
Research Methods05