The Masters of Science in Sustainable Energy Development is an intensive 16-month program, allowing students to enhance their existing academic background and professional experience with the knowledge and skills needed to further their careers in a condensed format. This cohort-based program commences each May with expected completion by August of the following year.
As an interdisciplinary program, we recognize and appreciate the varied academic backgrounds of our SEDV students; for this reason, we begin the program with three foundational workshops in sustainability, ecology, and energy engineering to provide students with an introductory understanding of these central SEDV topics.
Offered at the downtown campus, SEDV is a classroom-based program with a blend of morning, afternoon, and evening courses. Each course is offered once over the 16-month schedule in either a two or a four-month format depending on the term duration. Students find this condensed format provides the school-life balance they desire while pursuing a graduate degree.
Please note these are for reference only. We are unable to guarantee the schedule of classes will be the same each year.