Courses in energy, natural resources and the environment major
Select courses equivalent to 45 ECTS according to the plan below for a major in Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment.
If ENE is chosen as a major, you must take at least one empirical methodological course.
A seminar counts as 1/3 of a regular course, and you may include a combination of three seminars as a core course. One seminar can be replaced by an internship of a duration of one month at a company whose main activities are in ENE sectors.
Please note: all students are required to have at least 2.5 ECTS from the courses designated "Ethics".
ENE - Major in Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment
Empirical methods - minimum one course
|BAN401||BAN401Applied Programming and Data Analysis for Business||7.5||Autumn|
|BAN402||BAN402Decision Modelling in Business||7.5||Autumn|
|STR402A||STR402AMethodology for Master Thesis||7.5||Autumn Spring|
|BAN423||BAN423Benchmarking with DEA, SFA, and R||2.5||Autumn|
|ENE452||ENE452Seminar: Climate Change and Ethical Challenges||2.5||Autumn|
|ENE456||ENE456Seminar: Corporate and private environmental responsibility||2.5||Spring|
|ENE459||ENE459Seminar: Energy Challenges and Energy Production in the 21st Century (expired)||2.5|
|ENE464||ENE464International Environmental Cooperation (N) (not offered)||2.5|
|ENE465||ENE465Economics of Environmental Crimes (not offered)||2.5|
|ENE467||ENE467Energy and Climate Policy||2.5||Spring|
|ENE471||ENE471Seminar: Machine Learning for Energy Markets Data||2.5||Spring|
|ENE472||ENE472Seminar: Canadian and US Energy Markets: Meshed and Challenged||2.5||Spring|
|ENETHE||ENETHEIndependent work/thesis ENE||30||Autumn Spring|