The Academic Concentration in Energy and Power Engineering, leading to a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE-EPE), integrates the tenets of Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering to provide a cross-disciplinary professional career in this burgeoning area. The BSE-EPE program is described in more detail in EE and ME Together Again – ASEE 2017. The BSE-EPE program offers a relevant, stimulating, and effective course of undergraduate study to produce practicing power and energy engineers to EPE1meet the needs of the new century.

The BSE-EPE program emphasizes all aspects of electrical power and mechanical energy innovation in energy generation and delivery, alternative resources, and efficient devices. The BSE-EPE program uses existing courses and laboratories in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering to provides cross-disciplinary requisite courses for graduate education.  Professional employment includes the control of large utility systems to energy harvesting devices for microsensors. Electrical energy continues to be the foundation of the modern economy. The growth of sEPE2olar energy, wind energy, and other resources, combined with trends such as electric and hybrid vehicles will have a profound impact on the global society.

TheeBSE-EPE program includes requisite and five approved technical electives, which provides flexibility in the course of study and an introduction to macro and Engineering economics and management as preparation for your professional employment and graduate study. The BSE-EPE program also requires a requisite and two approved electives in business and management.

BSE-EPE Study Plan and Graduation Plan prior to Fall 2017 (124 sh):
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BSE-EPE Study Plan and Graduation Plan for Fall 2017 and afterwards, updated fro Fall 2020 (128 sh):
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BSE-EPE Prerequisites for Courses (not including GenEd or Business and Technical Electives):

The Temple University Bulletin for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering is available.

For further information about the Bachelor of Science in Engineering contact the Director: Dr. Dennis Silage or the Center for Academic Advising and Student Affairs at the College of Engineering: or 215-204-7800.