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Program Learning Outcomes

The School of Energy Resources was created in 2006 to enhance the University of Wyoming’s energy-related education, research and outreach. The Energy Resource Management and Development Program is designed to meet the demands of the energy workforce and enhance social literacy related to complex energy issues. Competency-based learning that integrates problem solving, critical analysis of uncertain and complex issues, and constant improvement in performance are overarching components of our undergraduate program.

  1. Gain appreciation and understanding of fundamental concepts of energy systems.
  2. Acquire a foundational understanding of business fundamentals relative to energy companies, including organizational structure, management, entrepreneurship and international commerce.
  3. Understand the legal, cultural, scientific, and technological dimensions of energy resources.
  4. Demonstrate the business and professional skills necessary to engage in meaningful conversation and dialogue across written, oral and digital platforms.
  5. Exhibit critical thinking and problem solving related to earth, energy, and environmental problems.
  6. Appreciate the demands and responsibilities of engaged citizenship and decision making.
  7. Prepare for a lifetime of ethical service to the profession.
  8. Apply Concepts and skills to real world problems to gain practical understanding and experience.

Professional Land Management Concentration

Students of the Professional Land Management concentration develop a complex and nuanced understanding of the U.S. legal system relative to energy development, including administrative law, legislation and regulation, and the common law of property and contracts. This concentration is a particularly effective option for students who are interested in the legal profession and/or attending law school.

Energy and Environmental Systems Concentration

Environmental scientists collect data samples for air, soil, water and other materials to identify environmental impacts for studies and surveys. These samples help to resolve environmental threats, develop plans and provide guidance to ensure quality regulation and manage natural resources.

Energy production is dependent upon the sustained stewardship of air, land, and water resources. Environmental scientists, consultants, and reclamation planners use their knowledge of our natural resources to protect the environment during energy development.

Contact Us

School of Energy Resources

Kami Danaei

Manager, Academic Advising

1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 3012

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-6879

Email: kdanaei@uwyo.edu

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