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University of Calgary Calendar 2013-2014 Schulich School of Engineering 4. Program Details 4.11 Energy and Environment Specialization
4.11 Energy and Environment Specialization
Introduction

The Energy and Environment Specialization (ENEE) allows a student to fulfill the requirements for a BSc degree in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Geomatics, or Mechanical Engineering and at the same time complete a program in Energy and Environment.

Admission

First year Engineering students wishing to enter the Energy and Environment Specialization must apply for admission to the Energy and Environment Specialization program at the same time the choice of an engineering program is made.

Requirements

Curriculum requirements for the Energy and Environment Specialization are listed with the requirements for each program. See also 4.1 First Year Curriculum Requirements Common to All Programs.

Energy and Environment Approved Technical Electives July 31, 2013

Civil Engineering 502 Aspects of Sustainable Communities

Civil Engineering 506 Sustainable Infastructure

Civil Engineering 508 Environment Aspects of Energy

Civil Engineering 581 Environmental Engineering II

Electrical Engineering 562 Photovoltaic System Engineering

Electrical Engineering 581 Solid State Lighting and Human Development

Electrical Engineering 585 Introduction to Power Electronics

Electrical Engineering 587 Power Systems

Electrical Engineering 597 Power Systems Operations and Markets

Energy and Environment, Engineering 501 Pollution Prevention and Control for Energy Industry

Energy and Environment, Engineering 503 Life Cycle Assessment

Energy and Environment, Engineering 505 Effluent Treatment Processes for Energy Industry

Energy and Environment, Engineering 519 Special Topics in Energy and Environment

Energy and Environment, Engineering 573 Engineering Aspects of Sustainable Communities

Energy and Environment, Engineering 575 Alternative Energy Systems

Energy and Environment, Engineering 577 Electrical Transmission System Planning and Operation

Geomatics Engineering 551 Advanced Geospatial Topics

Geomatics Engineering 581 Land Use Planning

Geomatics Engineering 583 Environmental Modelling

Mechanical Engineering 583 Mechanical Systems in Buildings

Mechanical Engineering 593 Energy Systems

Petroleum Engineering 523 Introduction to Reservoir Engineering

Petroleum Engineering 533 Petroleum Production Engineering

Petroleum Engineering 555 Oil and Gas Field Safety and Environment

Petroleum Engineering 561 Fuel Science and Technology

Note: All technical electives may not be offered each year.