Energy Resource Management and Development Bachelor of Science
Half of the leadership in the energy industries are expected to retire in the next five to ten years! Many energy professionals have training in a specific discipline, such as engineering, geology or economics. However, as global energy issues increase in complexity there is an increasing demand for professionals with a multidisciplinary background.
These professionals are able to understand and draw on the expertise of engineers and other energy scientists but are also able to understand the business, legal, and public policy implications of a given project. They act as the hub of the wheel, creating comprehensive solutions.
The Energy Resource Management and Development Program is designed to fill this need. Through a combination of rigorous academic training, hands-on scenarios, and real-world internships, students are prepared for the essential roles in the future energy arena.
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The Energy Resource Management and Development curriculum includes the program core with students selecting a concentration in professional land management, fossil fuels, renewable energy, or energy land and water management.
School of Energy Resources faculty are internationally recognized energy experts who are actively involved in both energy research and teaching. They work in a variety of disciplines but have formed productive collaborations across campus. Students are fortunate to have opportunities to work directly with faculty and graduate students on their cutting-edge research projects. Faculty are committed to mentoring students, providing them every opportunity to succeed.