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Master of Science in Energy Management

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International in Scope
Oil, Gas, Coal, Solar, Wind, Hydro and Power
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Why MS in Energy Management at UT Dallas?

  • Students may complete the degree program in 18-24 months in a classroom format. Many courses are offered online, and late afternoon or evening courses provide flexibility and convenience — particularly to working professionals.
  • Curriculum offers great flexibility for students to focus in a track to obtain an in-depth knowledge in a specific area.
  • This program prepares students for careers as energy business and government managers; researchers; analysts; bankers; financiers; and investors. Those pursuing geosciences, IT, health, operations and energy engineering-related careers may gain insights into the business side of their chosen careers.
  • The curriculum includes energy economics and finance, law and contracts, operations across all energy sectors, and analytical and practical approaches to energy issues.
  • There is a good chance that your energy employer will require science degree employees (for example, engineers, geologists, geophysicists, and others) to obtain an advanced business degree in order to move up into company management
  • The faculty includes energy professionals with outstanding careers.
  • Texas boasts some of the largest energy-related companies in the world. The MS in Energy Management curriculum offers a practical learning component through projects developed by industry members. These teach skills in valuation of energy companies and projects, operating strategies, contract negotiation and energy risk management. Energy-related industries and government agencies have historically faced a shortage of young professionals with energy management expertise.

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MS in Energy Management Program Details

Energy Management Best masters in North America (2019)

Highly Ranked Energy Graduate Program

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Top Ten Program

The MS in Energy Management program has recently been ranked No. 8 by Oil and Gas Investor.

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Energy and Power Require an International Approach

Emphasizing but not limited to oil, gas, coal, solar, wind, hydro and power, the UT Dallas Energy Management Program teaches the management of energy assets. We also have a comprehensive sustainability and corporate responsibility course in the energy curriculum. Our courses are both domestic and international in scope, and our energy faculty and lecturers consist of current and former executive officers and senior managers of large oil and gas companies, power companies and government agencies.

The program’s ever changing and expanding curriculum is shaped by a university curriculum committee and an outside Energy Advisory Board, consisting of officers from companies representing all of the above mentioned energy industries. The outside Advisory Board meets twice a year to advise the Program Director on what skills the energy industries are seeking in program graduates and what the future holds for specialties within those industries.

Energy and power are global businesses with strategic assets in both developed and developing countries and require an international approach. We therefore strive to prepare our graduates to work for private energy companies and in governments to manage their assets. Currently, our business school has the highest percentage of foreign students in the United States. This fits well with our approach, and will afford or graduates with invaluable industry contacts throughout their careers. We prepare and train managers.