The Master Energy for Society equips its students with the required learning outcomes for an energy transition professional at a strategic level.
These energy professionals at a strategic level:
- Mobilize change in evolving landscapes by navigating a diversity of interests, creating visions and solutions leading to innovative opportunities in existing and new networks and if needed challenge the status quo.
- Co-develop energy transition strategies and support their implementation within multi-stakeholder contexts taking place in complex changing environments, leveraging relevant theoretical and practical knowledge.
- Integrate the acquired interdisciplinary knowledge for handling the complexity of energy community development.
- Make and evaluate judgments within the setting of energy transition and community development in the face of uncertainty.
- Engage with stakeholders (specialist and non-specialist audiences) using communication styles appropriate to the context.
- Independently conduct practice-oriented scientific research.
- Study in a manner that may be largely self-directed or autonomous and take responsibility for their own personal learning process while actively engaging in communities of learners.