Energy Management and Technology Concentration

The Concentration in Energy Management and Technology caters for the career-oriented students. Additional courses on Green Energy technology are required, for example, renewable energy sources, energy storage, distribution and conservation, and energy management. Two upper level courses, Energy Management I and Energy Management II, have been developed which are aligned with the globally recognised Certified Energy Manager (CEM) programme under the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). Our graduates after passing the CEM exam offered by the AEE Hong Kong Chapter and become eligible for the CEM credential after some years of relevant working experience.


Concentration Required Courses 15 units
  PHYS2025 Renewable Energy Sources and Technologies I 3 units
  PHYS2026 Renewable Energy Sources and Technologies II 3 units
  PHYS3046 Non-Fossil Fuels 3 units
  PHYS4056 Energy Management I 3 units
  PHYS4057 Energy Management II 3 units
Concentration Elective Courses 6 units
  BIOL2035 Introduction to Environmental Sciences 3 units
  CHEM4006 Environmental Chemistry and Pollution Control 3 units
  GEOG3007 Energy Problems and the Environment 3 units
  GEOG4016 Sustainable Energy and Technological Innovation in China 3 units
  GEOG4065 Energy Policy and Analysis 3 units
  PHYS3025 Physics and Technology of Energy Conversion 3 units
  PHYS4006 Advanced Green Energy Lab (Metrology) 3 units
  PHYS4007 Advances in Displays and Lighting 3 units
  PHYS4016 Renewable Energy Materials and Devices 3 units
  PHYS4035 Topics in Energy Science I 3 units
  PHYS4036 Topics in Energy Science II 3 units
  PHYS4037 Topics in Energy Science III 3 units
    21 units


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