Energy and environment specialization

For undergraduate engineering students

Energy and environment specialization

The energy and environment specialization – administered by CEERE – is offered exclusively to engineering students at the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering. The specialization is completed in parallel with one of five Bachelor of Science degrees in chemical, civil, electrical, geomatics or mechanical engineering.

Students are trained in their engineering discipline of choice while gaining interdisciplinary knowledge about the direct and indirect environmental impacts of energy-related activities.

ACWA

Energy and environment courses


Introduction to Energy and the Environment (ENEE 355)

Fall

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Pollution Prevention and Control for Energy Industry (ENEE 501)

Fall

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Life Cycle Assessment (ENEE 503)

Winter

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Effluent Treatment Processes for Energy Industry (ENEE 505)

Fall

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Introduction to Sustainable Development (ENEE 507)

Winter

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Special Topics in Energy and Environment (ENEE 519)

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Alternative Energy Systems (ENEE 575)

Winter

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Electrical Transmission System Planning and Operations (ENEE 577)

Winter

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