Implementation of the education
Master's Programme, Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy, 120 credits (TEEEM), Programme syllabus for studies starting in autumn 2018
Last edit: 14/09/2018
Structure of the education
Study years, terms, and study period descriptions can be found in the KTH Regulations.
The program is conducted over four semesters where the first semester is at UPM in Madrid, the second semester at EMNantes, and the third at KTH. During the fourth semester students carry out thesis work which are supervised by one of the universities. The first semester courses can are fundamental in the field of industrial management in which students are given an introduction to organizational theory, economics, and leadership. The second semester is focused in the field of environmental technology with emphasis on process studies. The third semester is coordinated with the master program Sustainable Energy Engineering and includes courses in renewable energy, sustainable power generation, and energy and environment aspects. During the fourth semester students apply their theoretical knowledge in the context of their thesis work, preferably done in cooperation with partners from industry.
The programme is course-based. Lists of courses are included in Appendix 1: Course list
Courses in the first and the second cycle are graded on a scale from A to F. A-E are passing grades, A is the highest grade. The grades pass (P) and fail (F) are used for courses under certain circumstances.
Conditions for participation in the programme
Participation requires admission to courses within the programme and course registration. Course registration is done via personal menu at www.kth.se
Recognition of previous academic studies
The student has the possibility to receive credit from courses taken at another university/higher education institution both in Sweden and from abroad.
The student in the programme has the possibility to carry out the project work in Europe.
The degree project is the final part of the education. The project work may begin when special admission requirements for the course are fulfilled.
In order to fulfill specific admission requirements for a Degree Project, Second Cycle, 30 credits, courses corresponding to at least 60 credits, second cycle, must be completed. The courses at the second cycle shall include courses in the programme relevant to the degree project, as well as courses in science theory and research methodology.
In order to graduate with the Degree of Master of Science (120 credits) , a passing grade must be achieved in all courses which are in the student’s study plan. The study plan must constitute 120 credits including a degree project consisting of 30 credits.
KTH’s local degree ordinance can be found in the KTH Regulations.