For degree requirements, see the academic bulletins.
The Energy Management curriculum is multidisciplinary; incorporating required energy-related coursework from all three of the university’s undergraduate colleges with the opportunity to take graduate-level law courses. Students will choose either the upstream track (exploration and production) with emphasis on business law, or the midstream track (trading of energy commodities) with a built-in minor in finance. The curriculum provides the standard core of business courses for the BSBA degree, with additional coursework in accounting, finance, business law, geology, petroleum engineering, energy management, and economics.
An energy minor is available to business students. Energy-focused courses are substituted for business and/or free electives, within each major as part of this 21-hour program. Students become more marketable to energy companies, which historically hire from all business disciplines and other areas of business associated directly with the energy industry.