Program Learning Outcomes

The curriculum of the ETM program was developed in collaboration with energy industry leaders, to meet the human resources and competitive needs of the energy industry. The curriculum and course contents are updated continuously to address the emerging trends and requirements in the world of energy.

The ETM program aims to equip its participants with the skills to:

  • Approach energy-related problems from the perspectives of different stakeholders.
  • Comparatively analyze the specifications, strengths and weaknesses of conventional and renewable energy systems.
  • Explain the key factors that affect energy supply, demand and security.
  • Acquire up-to-date information on regulatory issues, national, and international policies in the energy business.
  • Explain the history, dynamics, key actors, and future trends in the world of energy.
  • Recognize the environmental and social costs of energy activities.
  • Apply scientific decision-making techniques to problems in the energy industry.
  • Follow emerging technologies, such as battery technologies or blockchain, and discuss their potential impacts on the energy business.
  • Explain electricity generation, transmission, distribution, and retail operations.
  • Describe fundamentals of electricity markets.
  • Develop company energy portfolios through investment decisions that consider technical, economic, and social factors.
  • Prepare feasibility analyses for energy projects.
  • Lead risk management, project management and stakeholder communication processes for investment decisions.
  • Understand technology, innovation, and R&D process management, intrapreneurship, and entrepreneurship.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of business development processes in international energy markets, and analyze the dynamics of these markets