Programmes

Study Schedule


One-year Full-time or Two-year Part-time

 

Full-time (1 year):
Semester Course Units
1

PHYS7320 Renewable Energy Technologies I
PHYS7360 Green Laboratory
Elective (pick 1)
PHYS7410 Physics for Green Technology OR
PHYS7420 Energy Usage, the Environment and Sustainability OR 
PHYS7480 Organic Electronics

3

3

3

2

PHYS7330 Renewable Energy Technologies II
PHYS7371 Project in Green Technology l
Electives (pick 2)
PHYS7450 Principles of Photonics Physics OR
PHYS7470 Energy Audit and Management OR 

PHYS7460 Advances in Display and Lighting OR 
ECON7450 Energy Economics

3

3

6

3

PHYS7340 Renewable Energy Technologies III
PHYS7372 Project in Green Technology II
Elective (pick 1)
PHYS7350 Geographic Information System & Remote Sensing OR
PHYS7440 Principles of Optoelectronics OR 

PHYS7430 Introduction to Modern Materials

3

3

3

 
Part-time (2 years):
Year Semester Course Units
1 1

PHYS7320 Renewable Energy Technologies I
Elective (pick 1)
PHYS7410 Physics for Green Technology OR
PHYS7420 Energy Usage, the Environment and Sustainability OR 
PHYS7480 Organic Electronics

3

3

2

PHYS7330 Renewable Energy Technologies II
Elective (pick 1)
PHYS7470 Energy Audit and Management OR
PHYS7460 Advances in Display and Lighting OR
PHYS7450 Principles of Photonics Physics OR

ECON7450 Energy Economics

3

3

3

PHYS7340 Renewable Energy Technologies III

3

   
Year Semester Course Units
2 1

PHYS7360 Green Laboratory

3

2

PHYS7371 Project in Green Technology l
Elective (pick 1)
PHYS7470 Energy Audit and Management OR
PHYS7450 Principles of Photonics Physics OR
PHYS7460 Advances in Display and Lighting OR
ECON7450 Energy Economics

3

3

3

PHYS7372 Project in Green Technology II
Elective (pick 1)
PHYS7350 Geographic Information System & Remote Sensing OR
PHYS7430 Introduction to Modern Materials OR
PHYS7440 Principles of Optoelectronics

3

3

   

Seminars:Seminars given by invited speakers from outside institutions and industries will be organized frequently. Students will be inspired on the most frontier research and latest developments in green technology.

 

Dissertation:The MSc Dissertation will be submitted in the last semester as an essential part of the course. This is where students demonstrate their mastery of integrating theories and concepts with practical applications to solve real-world problems.

 

Site Visits:Students will gain practical insight from green energy practitioners or experts by visiting green-tech related industrial sites or relevant departments in government (E.g. Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station, Zero Carbon Building, EMSD Education Path, etc.) to broaden their horizon and industrial network.