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The Critical Role of Energy Management Careers in Mitigating Climate Change – NYIT-Vancouver’s Master of Energy Management Program 
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The Critical Role of Energy Management Careers in Mitigating Climate Change – NYIT-Vancouver’s Master of Energy Management Program 

Energy management professionals are known for integrating cutting-edge technologies such as smart grids, energy storage systems, and renewable energy methods into existing systems, to ensure that energy management is efficient, cost-effective, and prioritized. Effective energy management leads to major cost savings for businesses and industries by optimizing energy use, reducing waste, and improving operational efficiency. This ensures that companies can contribute to global sustainability efforts while avoiding penalties.

The Master of Energy Management Program at New York Institute of Technology-Vancouver 

NYIT-Vancouver’s Master of Energy Program (MEM) allows students to develop skills to address global energy-related challenges, and evolve into energy management leaders. This program is open to domestic and international students and is designed to align with B.C.’s energy policies, as well as provide insight into national/international perspectives. Students in this program can transfer between New York and Vancouver campuses, and will graduate ready to initiate policies, management methodologies, or energy technologies to meet organizations climate change commitments. The curriculum consists of 30 credits, seven core courses, and 3 elective courses. International students must also take a Graduate Communications course. The MEM program emphasizes student projects in an applied curriculum format. 

Here is a list of the required courses that students must take in this program: 

Here is a list of the elective courses that students are able to choose from: 

Check out our previous article on the Master of Energy Management Program for detailed program information, and entrance requirements.

And check out our recent article with some frequently asked questions about NYIT-Vancouver to learn more about the school. 

Why is A Career in This Field Necessary? 

A career in energy management is highly beneficial in this decade, especially due to climate change. Professionals in this field are necessary to develop and implement sustainable energy solutions, which significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change. Individuals in this career are also vital to organizations who are needing to comply with increasingly stringent government regulations and policies aimed at environmental protection. 

Many companies are also choosing to agree to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices, with the goal of reducing their carbon footprint and enhancing sustainability. Individuals in energy management are necessary for companies to achieve these CSR goals, and appeal to environmentally conscious consumers/stakeholders. 

Another reason for a career in energy management is to ensure energy security, and provide a reliable energy supply amidst growing concerns about energy availability and stability. The expertise of energy management professionals is crucial when navigating the complexity of climate change, and ensuring that humans are able to evolve towards a sustainable future. 

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Application Dates: 

Students can begin to apply for the Spring 2025 program: 

  • Spring 2025: Opened June 3, 2024 (Deadline TBD)

Are you interested in applying to this program? Contact us at info@mycism.com 

Source: NYIT Master of Energy Management Program 

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