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Program Highlights

The Master of Energy Business program trains business professionals to become strong managers, problem solvers and idea generators so they can add value to their companies and the industry. In an emerging energy landscape that encompasses traditional oil and gas markets plus hydropower, wind, solar, nuclear and other energy alternatives, the Master of Energy Business degree provides the breadth of business knowledge and skills that energy professionals need to address changing and expanding industry needs. It is the only program of its kind in Oklahoma and the surrounding region.

Highlights of TU’s Master of Energy Business program include:

  • Nationally ranked
  • Market-driven, reflecting industry recommendations
  • More focused than a traditional MBA
  • Online delivery to accommodate the schedules of working professionals
  • Competitively priced
  • 10 required courses plus two electives (34 credit hours), with no thesis
  • Three entry points: fall, spring and summer
  • Year-round enrollment available with a maximum of two courses per term (fall, spring, summer)
  • Designed for degree completion in 24 months
  • Interdisciplinary curriculum, with practical and applied course content that is totally energy-focused
  • Three possible focus areas: energy law and regulation, energy economics/finance, and corporate strategy and commercial operations management
  • Opportunity to take international energy business courses through partner alliances around the world

Based in the nationally ranked Collins College of Business at The University of Tulsa located in Tulsa, Oklahoma – the heartland of America’s energy industry – the Master of Energy Business program leverages a unique mix of resources that is unmatched at other universities, including:

  • McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering, one of the preeminent programs of its kind in the world
  • Energy Law Journal, a joint publication of The University of Tulsa College of Law and the Energy Bar Association in Washington, DC
  • Highly regarded programs in petroleum geosciences and chemical engineering
  • The Tulsa Institute of Alternative Energy
  • Petroleum Abstracts, the world’s leading source of oil and gas information
  • Numerous close ties with energy partners
  • A rich energy heritage within the Tulsa community, home to numerous energy companies and organizations