Extent and content of the programme
Degree Programme in Energy and Environment (CENMI), Programme syllabus for studies starting in autumn 2017
Last edit: 02/12/2019
The Degree Programme in Energy and Environment comprises 300 higher education credits, which corresponds to 5 years of full-time studies at a normal study pace (10 semesters).
The programme's first three years (180 credits) are primarily first cycle.
During the two final years (120 credits), the student undertakes a Master's programme.
Master's programme courses are conducted primarily in the second cycle.
The academic year 2016/2017 offers the following Master's programmes that lead to a Degree of Master of Science in Energy and Environment
- Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure
- Sustainable Urban Planning and Design
- Chemical Engineering for Energy and Environment
- Electric Power Engineering
- Sustainable Energy Engineering
- Technology and Sustainable Development
You may also obtain a masters degree in engineering in Energy and Environment by completing the following international masters degree programmes. You apply to these programmes in competition with other students, there is hence no guarrantee that you will be admitted to these programmes.
Environomical Pathways for Sustainable Energy Systems
Smart Electrical Networks and System
The range of offered Master's programmes may be revised. An updated list of elective Master's programmes can be found on the KTH student web for each respective academic year.
Language of instruction
The language of instruction for the first three years of first cycle is mainly Swedish, but the language of instruction in the second cycle for the final two years is mostly English.