This MSc is an unprecedented program designed for professionals and students who are seeking a broad-based and comprehensive education in sustainable energy. It is a combined offering through the School of Public Policy, Haskayne School of Business, Schulich School of Engineering, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, and Faculty of Law. Upon completion, graduates leave equipped to effectively manage sustainable energy projects and operations, while minimizing the impact on the environment and maximizing the socio-economic benefits to society.
Format and Timing
Structured over 16 months of full-time study (preferred), this program focuses on pertinent energy-related content while providing a balanced education in the areas of law, business, engineering and environmental design.
SEDV curriculum is delivered by recognized experts, leading academics and professionals from the associated faculties.
The academic experience is enhanced by incorporating site visits and guest speakers to bridge the energy industry and our classroom, providing invaluable real world context and broadening the perspectives of our students.