The Master of Energy Business is designed to be completed in 24 months. Typically, students enroll in four credit hours during their first semester, and then enroll in six credit hours for each of the next five terms (fall, spring, summer). While some students choose to spread the coursework over a longer period time, the majority follow this schedule. Because the MEB is not a full-time, on-campus program, students are not permitted to take more than seven credit hours per term except in rare cases involving extenuating circumstances.
The Master of Energy Business may be completed in 24 months irrespective of the three entry points. Students entering in August, January or May can expect to complete the degree in the specified time frame, but academic advisors should be consulted at all points along the way. Although the degree plan for each individual may vary, typical degree plans for students beginning at the three different entry points can be viewed by clicking on the links below. Each degree plan also includes participation in the two required residency seminars.