The doctoral program emphasizes forward-looking graduate education and original, cutting-edge research. While addressing fundamental issues and applications, the research focuses on current high-growth fields like market issues in power supply, marketing, financial management and economic analysis. Some fields are economic optimization of cost of power production and transmission, energy prices, environmental aspects of power supply, electricity and regulation, economics of renewable sources, operative production management systems, management information systems. Beyond the core, requirements have been left flexible, enabling students to concentrate in any of a number of traditional or innovative areas of the management process. The research missions are supported by vibrant collaborations with the other departments and many leading industrial companies in the field.
Engineering management is often presented as a specialization within programs in engineering, management or business administration. Students enrolled in these doctoral programs examine the behavioral and social perspectives of management and combine technical knowledge with business expertise. Earning a doctoral degree not only increases earning potential, but better positions graduates to attain leadership positions in the public and private sector. With today's expanding, global technology markets, managers must meet higher standards and have the right management skills to compete. Having to manage resources, products, and customers across the globe magnifies the organizational challenges and requires more sophisticated leadership and methods of measuring and analyzing performance. The combination of management skills and electrical engineering skills is unique.
|Applications start||30th November 2016|
|Applications end||30th April 2017|
|Start of study:||1st October 2017|
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