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Master of Science (MSc) Course-based in Sustainable Energy Development

General Program Information

The MSc degree in Sustainable Energy Development (SEDV) is an interdisciplinary offering by the School of Public Policy in collaboration with the Haskayne School of Business, Schulich School of Engineering, School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape, and the Faculty of Law. This interdisciplinary, comprehensive, and professional graduate program provides a holistic approach to energy and environmental management through a cross section of courses taught by faculty from across the university.

This is a continuous program with no scheduled break. Students who do not enrol in courses continuously will be withdrawn from the program for failure to register unless they are on an approved leave of absence.


Location: Downtown Campus

Program number: 403.220.2013

Email address: mailto:sedv@ucalgary.ca

Web page URL: http://www.ucalgary.ca/sustainableenergy

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