Master of Management in Energy
The curriculum has been designed by a team of faculty members who teach in the program and by industry professionals, who work with our faculty and recruit our students. Courses are delivered in sequence for maximum career development. The faculty integrates energy topics into courses through energy industry examples, state-of-the-art applications, leading-edge data bases, projects, and cases.
The program begins with an intensive summer session that provides an introduction to the energy industry and focuses on sharpening computing and financial modeling skills. The fall semester strengthens core quantitative skills while broadening the perspective on the energy industry. Spring schedules are heavy with advanced energy courses that emphasize expertise and job-ready skills.
Total Semester Credit Hours 36
Prerequisites (online prep courses)
- Financial Accounting
- Financial Management
- Orientation, Career Development Workshops, and Field Trips
- Introduction to Energy (3)
- Energy Modeling (3)
- Energy Data Analysis (3)
- Energy and Environmental Economics (3)
- Energy Fundamentals and Trading (3)
- Energy Accounting (3)
- Energy Projects I (3) or Graduate Elective (3)
- Advanced Energy Trading (3)
- Energy Risk Management (3)
- Energy Strategy Capstone (3)
- Graduate Energy Electives (6)
Elective courses include Energy Markets, Institutions, and Policy; Energy Trading: Wholesale Power Markets; Energy Portfolio Management; Energy Investment Banking; and Energy Projects II.
Office of Graduate Admissions
Freeman School of Business
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New Orleans, LA 70118