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Undergraduate Energy Management Program

Energy Management Degree

The University of Tulsa’s multidisciplinary energy management degree combines traditional academic coursework in business with practical knowledge and understanding of one of the world’s most vital, dynamic, challenging and rewarding industries.

The energy management program is one of only 11 undergraduate programs approved by the American Association of Professional Landmen in the U.S. and Canada and one of only two offered by a private institution. Students develop a solid foundation in finance, energy accounting, energy law, resource economics, and energy markets, combined with knowledge of geology, petroleum engineering, geographic information systems and other technical disciplines that are vital to the effective operations of today’s energy companies. With a unique curriculum and strong industry support, our program prepares students for employment opportunities in the upstream (exploration and production), midstream (trading and transporting of energy commodities) and downstream (refining and marketing) oil and gas sectors, as well as the electric utility and renewable sectors of the energy industry.

BSBA in Energy Management Curriculum

BSBA Degree Requirements

Energy management program updates reflect industry’s evolution

Energy management program updates reflect industry’s evolution

TU has updated the undergraduate energy management program to include courses that fit the needs of upstream, midstream and downstream employers.

Eric Quiroz finds perfect fit in TU’s energy management program

Eric Quiroz finds perfect fit in TU’s energy management program

Energy management major Eric Quiroz talks about why he chose his major, his internship experience and his involvement in campus organizations.

Resilience in the face of adversity

Resilience in the face of adversity

Four years of valuable internship experience led energy management major Amanda Calhoun to a job offer with Magellan Midstream before she graduated in May.