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Energy Specialization

Energy Specialization is a unique program that provides a combination of experiential learning with seasoned-industry faculty in a state-of-the-art facility to maximize a student's exposure to this exciting industry sector.


A specialization in energy is available to students in Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM), Master of Accounting (MACCT), Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Master of Finance (MFIN) programs.

Undergraduates (BSM)

With the approval of the Tulane Energy Institute Faculty Committee and the BSM Curriculum Committee, a student in the Bachelor of Science in Management program may receive an Energy Specialization by completing at least nine (9) semester credit hours of energy-related course work.

For a list of all requirements, click here.
Graduate Students (MACCT, MBA and MFIN)

With the approval of the Tulane Energy Institute Faculty Committee, a student in the graduate program may receive an Energy Specialization by completing at least nine (9) semester credit hours of energy-related course work.

For a list of all requirements, click here.

MBA/MMG Joint Degree



The Freeman School offers an MBA/Master of Management in Energy joint degree program. A student must be admitted to both programs. The joint degree program requires a minimum of 73 total semester credit hours, 49 for the MBA and 24 for the MMG. Each student's curriculum and course requirements must be approved in advance by an advisor in the Freeman School's Graduate Programs Office.

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