"Energy" in the context of the Energy Management program refers to a strong contextual understanding of traditional hydrocarbon energy businesses (e.g., coal, oil, natural gas), the power generation industry, and alternative energy (e.g., renewable, nuclear, and concentration). The programs address extraction & production, processing & conversion, and marketing & delivery in each segment. This is the program to be in if you enjoy solving unstructured energy business problems!
Energy Management MBA students will complete the MBA core curriculum, the summer project initiative, and the outdoor leadership experience before proceeding with courses specific to the energy management degree track.
Students will be well versed in macro energy economics and terminology. They will gain a solid contextual understanding of energy businesses across industry segments, including:
Students spend their first year (Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters) in the MBA program completing the core curriculum, the summer experiential project in the energy field, and the outdoor leadership experience. The second year is spent taking seven energy management courses and the MBA Capstone Course during the Fall and Spring semesters.