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Master of Engineering

Master of Engineering (M.Eng., non-thesis, 45 credits) in Sustainability in Engineering and Design trains engineers, architects, and urban planners to tackle complex sustainability problems in an interdisciplinary environment.

The program's core courses will equip you with the necessary concepts, skills, and tools to perform engineering and design towards more sustainable products, infrastructure, and services. You will understand multiple sustainability concepts and paradigms, appreciate the complexity of sustainability problems, analyze complex problems using systems-based frameworks, evaluate sustainability metrics, and understand professional and leadership roles in addressing sustainability challenges.

Upon completion of the program, you will be equipped to devise solutions using holistic strategies, apply sustainability and systems-thinking, and assess proposed solutions against quantitative sustainability metrics.

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