Please note this list is indicative of the structure of the degree and may be subject to change.

Année 1 (70 ECTS)

First Term - September to December

PHY530 Refreshers course in Physics

Three Elective Scientific Courses (3 x 4 ECTS) Among
MEC558 - Continental hydrology and water resources
MEC559 - Mechanics for wind energy, an introduction| Video presentation of the class
PHY555 - Energy and environment
PHY558B - Photovoltaïcs & Solar Energy | Video presentation of the class
PHY559B - Power electrical engineering for renewable energy

One Management Course (4 ECTS)
MIE559 - Energy Industry Value Chain

One Mathematical and Numerical Training (4 ECTS)
MAP502 - Refresher course in Maths and a project on numerical modeling done in twos

Optional
PHY556 - Python for Beginners workshop

Second Term - January to March

Two elective scientific courses: 2 x 4 ECTS
INF569 - Decision theory, with applications to energy systems 
MEC561B - Fluid structure interactions
MEC565 - Meteorology and environment
MEC662 - Hydro, wind and marine resources | Video presentation of the class
PHY563 - Material science for energy conversion and storage

One elective course in economics or management: 4 ECTS
ECO569 Valuing and Managing Natural Resources
MIE564B Technology-Based Entrepreneurship and New Business Creation
MIE569 Sustainable Strategy and Business Models

Or a third elective scientific course among the second term list

One Elective Advanced Experimental Course (4 ECTS) Among
MEC583 - Projects in solar and wind energy : Resource and performance analysis
PHY589 - Laboratory course in photovoltaic
PHY585 - Experimental work in environmental physics

First and Second Terms

  • Coriolis conferences and industry visits
  • Humanities: 3 ECTS
  • Sport activities: 2 ECTS
  • Language (French as a Foreign Language, or other): 3 ECTS

Third Term - March to August

PHY598 Internship for Energy Environment (16 to 20 weeks / 4 to 5 months): 26 ECTS

Année 2 (70 ECTS)

First Term - September to December

Three elective scientific courses: 3 x 4 ECTS

BIO653 Nature-Based Solutions to Substitute Fossil Resources and Address Global Change – Benoît Gabrielle
CHI661C Chemical Storage of Energy – Didier Dalmazzone
MEC652F Wind Power – Fawaz Massouh
MEC655B  Greenhouse Gases (GHG) Challenges and Observations – Cyril Crevoisier
MEC655C Introduction to Atmospheric Composition: From Processes to Modeling and Air Quality Regulations – Sylvain Mailler
PHY652B Organic-Based Materials for the 3rd Generation of Solar Cells – Gael Zucchi
PHY657 Modeling the Energy and Climate Transitions – Jean-François Guillemoles

One management course: 4 ECTS
MIE669 Designing Projects and Managing Operations in the Energy Industry – Jean-Michel Gauthier

Second Term - January to March

Two elective scientific courses: 2 x 4 ECTS

CHI661L Renewable Thermal Energy – Didier Dalmazzone
MEC665 Sea States, Wave Propagation and Ocean Wave Energy – Marissa Yates-Michelin & Bruno Castelle
MEC666 Climate change & Energy transition – Philippe Drobinski
PHY661A Thin Film Photovoltaics – Pere Roca
PHY661B Photovoltaic Technologies in Industry – Erik Johnson
PHY661I Smart Grid for Renewable Energy – Yvan Bonnassieux
PHY661K Advanced Experimental Smart Grids – Yvan Bonnassieux

One elective course in economics: 4 ECTS
ECO567A Energy Economics with a Geography Focus – Geoffrey Barrows
ECO663 The Economics of Energy and Sustainable Development – Yannick Perez
Or a third elective scientific course among the second term list

One management course: 4 ECTS
MIE609 A Collective Management Project – Jean-Michel Gauthier

First and Second Terms

  • Coriolis conferences and industry visits
  • Humanities: 3 ECTS
  • Sport activities: 2 ECTS
  • Language (French as a Foreign Language, or other): 3 ECTS

Third Term - March to August

PHY698 Internship for Energy Environment II (20 to 24 weeks / 5 to 6 months): 30 ECTS