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Energy Management

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Major Area Course Descriptions

EGMT 330 - INTRODUCTION TO THE ENERGY INDUSTRY

This course will provide students with an overview of the current energy industry and its challenges in regards to policies and issues. This course is designed to provide an in-depth look at energy related events happening around the world, and provide an understanding of the impact of events on future energy use for societal and environmental well-being. This course will also discuss areas for energy efficiency improvement.

EGMT 430 - THE LEGAL & ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE ENERGY INDUSTRY

This course provides legal and ethical analysis as it relates to the energy industry. Areas of energy law and ethics that relate to the contemporary business environment are examined in this course. Areas of study include: contracts, torts, crime, business organizations, and the legal and ethical responsibilities of energy industry leaders.

EGMT 450 - ENERGY FINANCE

This course provides students with fundamental energy and financial information that is useful in the energy industry. Topics include the fundamentals of energy finance in the oil and gas industry and managing energy risks. The goal of the course is to provide today's energy and financial managers with the fundamental concepts and the tools necessary to be effective in the energy industry.

EGMT 460 - ENERGY MARKETS & INNOVATION

This course explores existing energy sources and the structures to users around the world that are experiencing a period of rapid growth. The emergence of new technologies, limits to growth, and rapidly changing raw material prices contribute to increased risk and opportunity in the energy arena. Upon completion of the course, students should understand the nature of conventional and emerging energy generation and delivery. Students will also possess the tools for determining potential winners and losers and the innovative pathways to drive the development of energy sources.

EGMT 495 - ENERGY MANAGEMENT STRATEGY CAPSTONE

Energy businesses are increasingly using strategic concepts and tools to incorporate environmental and social considerations into their decisions and operations. This course is designed for those who need to understand the whole dynamic of the energy environment. The course will combine analysis of case studies and interactive activities as well as current readings related to the field of energy.

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