Energy Economis M.Sc.




Energy Economics


1,5 - 2 Years

Form of Study

Full Time








Important dead-lines and Admission requirements


March and October

Energy Economics

Broad-based knowledge is a prerequisite for anyone interested in taking on management-level responsibility in today’s multifaceted energy market. Darmstadt Business School’s Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Energy Economics, which is unique throughout German-speaking Europe, conveys the necessary knowledge while emphasizing practical application. The program focuses primarily on energy economics, energy market structures, risk management and smart technical solutions for the energy market. The Master of Science is a consecutive, full-time program over three or four semesters depending on the previous undergraduate degree.  

Another unique feature of the M.Sc. program is the collaboration with the Master’s program “Risk Assessment and Sustainability Management”. This cooperation opens numerous opportunities in the areas of risk analysis and sustainable development, and facilitates interdisciplinary exchange with students from a range of different fields

Career opportunities

Successful completion of the Energy Economics M.Sc. opens the door to a range of exciting job opportunities, including management-level positions in the following areas:

  • Energy procurement in the gas and electric-power industries
  • Project management in the energy industry
  • Power grid analysis/valuation
  • Risk management in the energy industry

Graduates interested in a career in teaching and research can also opt to pursue doctoral studies.

International Office

First Contact:

Mrs. Marina Zielke
Mrs. Ronja Schneider
International Office

International Student Advisor

Energy Economics
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Hooß

Communication Office: D21, 310


Program Director

Energy Economics
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Herold

Communication Office: D21, 318