Presentation and learning objectives

Bachelor’s degree

The Bachelor’s degree has two curricula:
Thermomechanical and Electrical Energy.


The Thermomechanical curriculum emphasizes the transformations and utilization of energy in its mechanical and thermal forms by exploring on one hand the potential and peculiarities of their use and on the other hand the development of machines for energy conversion and energy plants using these machines and related technologies. Above all, we provide the methods for understanding the phenomena and their transposition into the design and management phases of industrial and civil processes.


The curriculum Electrical Energy has as specific objective the formation of an engineer who possesses an adequate competence aimed at the correct use and management of electrical energy and the realization, redefinition and extension in the traditional areas of use of electrical machines, systems and electrical plants and generators of new conception.

Occupational opportunities

The Energy Engineering graduate will be able to find employment:
– In companies producing, distributing and managing energy (renewable sources, electricity, natural gas, petroleum products).
– In professional firms that deal with civil and industrial plant engineering (hydraulic, thermal, electrical) or environmental impact assessments.
– In municipal companies, industrial companies that are self-producers of energy or that have significant energy consumption (figure of the energy manager).
– In companies producing equipment for the use of heat and cold or for energy conversion (pumps, turbines, endothermic engines, boilers, heat exchangers, refrigeration systems and heat pumps, electrical equipment, etc.).


From Bachelor to Master’s degree

The course of study gives access, without integrations involving the acquisition of additional training credits, to the Master’s Degree in Electrical Energy Engineering (it is suggested to follow the Electrical Energy curriculum) and to the International Master’s Degree in Energy Engineering (it is suggested to follow the Thermomechanical curriculum). Access to other Master’s degree programs may be conditional on integration of skills.