Master of Science in Energy Management

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Why MS in Energy Management at UT Dallas?

  • Flexible scheduling and admissions

    • Flexible scheduling allows students to complete most of the degree online. All except 12 hours (four classes) of the 36-hour degree may be completed online.
    • All classes are offered on campus in the late afternoon or evening.
    • Rolling admissions allows students to begin studies in January, May or August. Motivated students may complete their degree in four consecutive semesters.
  • Career-oriented curriculum

    • This program prepares students for careers as energy business and government consultants and 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.
  • Industry-connected faculty and location

    • The faculty includes energy professionals with outstanding careers.
    • Texas boasts some of the largest energy-related companies in the world. The MS/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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