May 16, 2022  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

School of Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce

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Tim Coburn

Assistant Director for Undergraduate Energy Programs
Thomas Seng

Tim Coburn, Energy and Operations Management
Linda Nichols, Energy and Accounting
Ronald Ripple, Energy Business and Finance

Assistant Professor
Buford Pollett, Energy Law and Commerce

Applied Assistant Professor

William Brice Collier, Finance and Energy
Thomas Seng, Energy Business

Faculty Fellow
Roger Stern

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in energy management is unique and multidisciplinary, encompassing required energy-related coursework from three of the University’s undergraduate colleges. Students choose either the upstream track (exploration and production) with emphasis on land, business development, and legal issues, or the midstream track (transportation, distribution, marketing, and trading of energy products and commodities). The curriculum encompasses the standard core of business courses for the B.S.B.A. degree, with additional upper-division coursework and electives that are relevant to professional energy management practice.

Energy Management Program Learning Objectives

Students completing the Energy Management, B.S.B.A.  major will:

  • communicate an understanding of the business, financial, economic, scientific, marketing, legal, and ethical aspects of energy that serve as a foundation for personal and professional growth within the industry.
  • demonstrate skills that are applicable to energy business operations across multiple industry sectors.
  • understand how energy companies work and how different disciplines come together to impact overall business performance, stakeholder needs, and corporate citizenship.
  • describe the various parts of the energy industry, articulating their linkages across the energy value chain.




      Energy ManagementMaster of Energy Business

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