MedTech is the only institution in Tunisia to date to offer a degree in this important and cutting-edge area of engineering. Renewable energy is a broad field of engineering integrating the areas of alternative energy sources, energy efficiency, energy services, facilities management, plant engineering, and environmental compliance.
Our graduates shall be qualified to investigate the potential of renewable energy technologies, solve the technical, economic, and environmental problems associated with renewable energy plants, and audit energy-intensive industrial installations and suggest ways to improve energy efficiency and economy.
Our engineering students are provided with a solid foundation in entrepreneurship and in business management, including finance and operations management. They also receive training in the important areas of engineering ethics, safety regulations and standards, as well as technical writing, and effective presentation skills.
Training is delivered over four semesters after a common core program of 2 years shared with other engineering programs. Two semesters in the final 18 months before graduations are spent in a Coop program working on an approved final project at a local or international industrial partner.
|Course Code||Semester V (17 credits)||CR||Course Code||Semester VI (17 credits)||CR|
|ME 310||Thermodynamics||3||ME 311||Intermediate Heat Transfer||3|
|ME 320||Fluid Mechanics||3||RE 330||Photovoltaic systems||3|
|RE 310||Biomass and Bioenergy systems||3||RE 312||Fuel cells||3|
|ECE 357||Electronic Devices and Circuits||3||ECE 358||Electronic circuits II||3|
|ECE 371||Signals and Systems||3||ECE 360||Electrical Power||3|
|MGT 101||Introduction to Management||2||ISS 396||Junior Creative Design Project||2|
|Course Code||Semester VII (17 credits)||CR||Course Code||Semester VIII (17 credits)||CR|
|RE 450||Renewable energy engineering I||3||RE 451||Renewable energy engineering II||3|
|ME 350||Electromechanical Conversion Systems||3||RE 460||Energy Conversion and Storage||3|
|ECE 460||Power Electronics||3||ECE 465||Power systems and the smart Grid||3|
|ECE 372||Feedback Control Systems||3||RE 461||Energy efficiency and auditing||3|
|COM 307||Effective Tech. Presentations||3||ETH 105||Introduction to Engineering Ethics||2|
|QMM 201||Introduction to Operations Management||2||RE 301||Engineering safety and regulations||2|