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Energy Resource Management and Development – Bachelor of Science (BS)

 

Energy Resource Management and Development – Bachelor of Science (BS)

The world needs more energy leaders to make an impact in the management and development of our natural resources. Energy is part of your everyday life, are you ready to pursue a unique path with the School of Energy Resources?

The School of Energy Resources prepares students for today and beyond. Our future energy leaders will learn in diverse fields to meet the needs of the industry while gaining an understanding of business, natural resources, law and policy, project management, geospatial information science and technology, and economics.

The educational experience at the School of Energy Resources combines hands-on learning, internships and professional engagement. Explore the Energy Resource Management and Development Bachelor of Science to choose your specialized concentrations based on your interest and career goals.

Quick Facts

Degree Type: Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Concentrations:

Minor:

Resident Tuition: $160/credit hour

Non-resident Tuition: $665/credit hour

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Wyoming is one of the top three energy-producing states in the US*

*Source: US Energy Information Administration

Energy Resource Management and Development – Degree Program Highlights


The Energy Resource Management and Development program prepares you with well-rounded courses, where you experience first-hand what it takes to make a difference in the energy industry.

Two concentrations. Prepare for the future with customized areas of energy.

Internships and professional connectionsTake advantage of opportunities for networking with industry professionals, gain experience through internships and draw from connections with your peers. 

Scholarships. Explore our Nielson Energy Scholarships which offer financial support specifically for students interested in energy resource management and development. Discover more here.

What Can You Do With an Energy Resource Management and Development Bachelor’s Degree?


Numerous job opportunities are available to energy graduates, depending on the concentration you select.

Professional Land Management concentration students find jobs with oil, gas and coal companies, renewables, transmission, utility companies and more. They often work as land acquisition specialists, surface or mineral landmen or rights-of-way agents.

Energy and Environmental Systems concentration students can go to work for wind, solar, oil and gas, environmental consulting firms, conservation districts or with the state and federal governments. Students work as reclamation planners and scientists, environmental compliance coordinators, environmental scientists, regulatory analysts and project managers.

The careers you build as a graduate from the School of Energy Resources prepare you to make a difference in rewarding, well-paying occupations that benefits millions of people every day.

Amazing Stories from Energy Resource Management and Development Majors

"I think the expertise that this education affords students who want to be land professionals, as well as the flexibility for those who want to do something else in the energy industry, is a really incredible value proposition and one of the things I love about SER."

- Sam Mallory, B.S. in Energy Resource Management and Development

 

Take a look at other School of Energy alumni testimonials.

Examples of Energy Resource Management and Development Degree Program Courses

  • Energy and Society
  • Oil: Business Culture Power
  • Project Management 
  • Geospatial Information Science and Technology
  • Negotiation
  • Business classes: accounting, economics and corporate finance
  • Mathematics classes: calculus and statistics
  • Energy and Environmental Systems: biology, chemistry and rangeland management
  • Professional Land Management: contracts, property and oil and gas law

View the full Bachelor of Science in Energy Resource Management and Development degree program curriculum (Energy & Environmental Systems Concentration).

View the full Bachelor of Science in Energy Resource Management and Development degree program curriculum (Professional Land Management Concentration). 

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Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 343-0509
E-mail: seracad@uwyo.edu 

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