Drawing on the university’s expertise in environmental engineering, natural resources law, business management, Indigenous relations, and environmental science, our curriculum combines disciplines to provide a holistic approach to energy and its complexities.
Consisting of 13 lecture courses and 3 seminar style courses to compliment the students’ capstone progress, our interdisciplinary curriculum is designed to complement and build upon the knowledge gained as students progress through the program.
Structured over 16-months of full-time study, this downtown based program provides students the opportunity to enhance their existing academic background and professional experience with the knowledge and skills needed to further their careers in a condensed format.
The academic experience is enhanced by incorporating site visits, guest speakers, and mentorship opportunities to bridge the energy industry and our classroom, providing invaluable real world context and broadening the perspectives of our students.
As part of the SEDV curriculum, students complete a research project to integrate and apply the concepts learned throughout their program to tackle practical real-world situation based on their own interest or paired with one of our many industry partners.
These leading academics and professionals work together to frame ensure courses are addressing relevant and current themes seen in today’s energy sector; it is this interdisciplinary blend that provides a truly unique experience for our graduate students.