Master of Engineering (Electrical Power)

The program is an advanced degree program to cater for graduates and professionals who are seeking and updating greater knowledge of current technology and techniques in electrical power, energy conversion, and high voltage engineering. The Master of Engineering (Electrical Power) offers high-level graduate program with strong foundations in theory, to equip student with the skills necessary to grasp and develop new technologies and trends in the electrical engineering field. It is designed to develop competent electrical power system professionals and the potentials of tomorrow’s leaders in the power industry. The program prepares students to make an immediate contribution to the workplace and become leaders in the industry. Outstanding students can have the opportunities to further their studies leading to a PhD degree.


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. PEO 1: Mastery of knowledge and competency in advanced areas of Electrical Power engineering field.
  2. PEO 2: Practice professionalism and high standards of ethical conducts within organization and society.
  3. PEO 3: Responsive to changing situations by continuously acquiring new knowledge and skills.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

At the end of this programme, graduates from this program are expected to have the following outcomes:

  1. PLO 1: Synthesize complex information, specialized concepts, theories, methods and practice independently in the field of Electrical Power Engineering.
  2. PLO 2: Solve complex problems critically and integratively using systematic approaches.
  3. PLO 3: Apply practical skills to solve problems in the field of Electrical Power Engineering.
  4. PLO 4: Demonstrate effective collaboration with stakeholders professionally.
  5. PLO 5: Communicate effectively the knowledge, skills and ideas using appropriate methods to peers, experts and communities.
  6. PLO 6: Use digital technologies and appropriate softwares competently to enhance study, research and practice.
  7. PLO 7:Evaluate numerical and graphical data critically using quantitative or qualitative tools in solving problems.
  8. PLO 8:Demonstrate leadership, autonomy and responsibility in managing resources.
  9. PLO 9:Engage self-advancement through continuous learning or professional development.
  10. PLO 10:Initiate entrepreneurial projects supported by relevant knowledge and skills.
  11. PLO 11:Demonstrate respectable ethical conducts and professionalism skills in an organization and society.

Curriculum Structure (43 credits)

Core Courses
Seven (7) compulsory courses (21 credits)


Engineering Project Management


Power Electronic Systems


High Voltage And Electrical Insulation


Power System Analysis And Computational Methods


Power System Apparatuses And Devices


Intelligent Engineering Solutions

MEEU 1013

Introduction to Research Methodology in Electrical Engineering

• Elective Courses
Three(3) elective courses (9 credits)


Electrical Drives


Advanced High Voltage Technology


Power Quality


Power Electronics Applications


Advanced Power System Control


Power System Security And Deregulated Market


Lightning Protection And Grounding System


Integrated Resource Planning in Energy Sector


Special Topic in Electrical Engineering


Power System Protection


Alternative Energy Systems and Technologies

• Master Dissertation
Two(2) parts of master dissertation course (10 credits)

MEEP 1814

Research Project Proposal

MEEP 1826

Research Project Report

• University General Courses
One (1) university elective course (3 credits)


(to choose from the list given by School of Graduate Studies)


 Please refer to the course synopses page for course description.