The Collins College of Business MS in Global Energy is specifically focused on the international energy community and seeks to attract students who have the potential to excel on the world stage. The program focuses on educating students from diverse cultures who are passionate about energy and its impact on global business, society, and the environment. Furthermore, the MS in Global Energy provides students with a strong business foundation and knowledge about the broader international energy arena, enriching each student’s career prospects.
The Master of Science in Global Energy (M.S.G.E) is a graduate program focused on the international energy community and designed for students who have the potential to excel on the world stage. The program utilizes a blended delivery mode in which half of the courses are completed on-campus in a traditional classroom setting and the remainder are completed online. Students in the M.S.G.E. program also participate in a global experience course to expand their exposure to international energy operations, markets, and economies.
Students completing the Master of Science in Global Energy degree will:
- Demonstrate proficiency in the key business functions of a global energy corporation.
- Understand the operational, financial, and geopolitical interrelationships of global energy markets.
- Exhibit problem-solving and decision-making strategies that add value to a global energy enterprise.
- Demonstrate awareness of ethical and responsible approaches to global energy commerce.
Program Highlights & Requirements
The Master of Science in Global Energy (M.S.G.E) is designed for students who have the potential to excel on the world stage.
Courses & Curriculum
- Blended course delivery mode allows coursework to be completed both online and in the traditional face-to-face classroom environment
- Program designed primarily for international students and recent graduates in engineering and geoscience disciplines that wish to work in the energy industry, especially on an international scale
- Allows students with more technical background to broaden their business skill set to become more marketable in the energy industry
- Full-time program can be completed in 16 months with the inclusion of a summer global experience course
- Summer global experience course requirement can be satisfied by one of the following:
-Study abroad experience accompanied by a TU faculty member
-An “international experience” within the United States (e.g., a trip to the United Nations or a visit to a foreign consulate or embassy) as approved by TU faculty
-Internationally-focused research project or report that may lead to publication
-Internship with a national oil company doing business in the United States
- Student opportunities include participation in the Collins College of Business Mentorship Program, resume reviews, mock interviews, and a variety of student organizations focused on advancing each student’s professional opportunities
- The Business Career Center is available to assist with career placement
Students in need of foundation coursework may enroll in the following online Ivy courses provided by The University of Tulsa at a discounted rate prior to beginning the core curriculum. Alternatively, students may choose to participate in traditional classroom based courses, as approved by the Director of Graduate Admissions and Enrollment.
||Managerial Economics (Macroeconomics & Microeconomics)
Students complete all courses
||Fundamentals of Energy Commodity Trading
||Management of Multinational Energy Enterprises
||Energy Mergers, Acquisitions, Deal Making & Financing
||Governance, Strategy & Value Creation in the Energy Firm
||Energy Accounting & Financial Reporting
||Financial Management in the Energy Enterprise
||Energy Transactions in the International Arena
||International Energy Finance
||Topics in International Business (Global Experience)
||Operations Management (or QM 7073 Foundations of Analytics, or QM 7003 Introduction to Operations Research)
Elective Courses (6 Hours)
Elective courses vary each semester and may require additional prerequisite courses. Examples of elective courses include, but are not limited to:
||The Business of Renewable Energy and Alternative Fuels
||Global LNG Markets and Operations
||Global Power Markets and Operations
||National Oil Companies: Operations, Policies & Investments
||Innovation and Product Development
||Supply Chain Management
||Marketing & Distribution of Petroleum & Petrochemical Products
||Advanced Seminar in Energy Management