The continuous changes in the international energy supplies, demand, policies, and technologies create an extremely volatile energy marketplace and will increase the demands on the next generation of business executives.
The Tulane Energy Institute 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.
The showcase of the program is the state-of the-art trading room supported with industry-leading simulation, trading and financial software from Thomson Reuters, Trading Technologies, and Logical Information Machines (LIM), provides students hands-on experience with commercial grade valuation tools. Students will participate in engaging interactive activities with leading energy company visits, seminars and speaker series. There is also the potential to be immersed in the industry with energy focused investment research reports, student managed funds, and the annual Tulane Energy Trading Competition, a risk-adjusted competition that features some of the best student traders from around the country.
Students in the Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM), Masters in Finance (MFIN), Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs, and in other disciplines may choose an Energy Specialization upon the completion of the necessary requirements.
Freeman energy alumni have pursued successful careers in a variety of different companies. Some jobs accepted by energy major graduates include:
Energy Analyst: ExxonMobil, Callon Petroleum, TXU, Direct Energy, Goldman Sachs, Entergy and Simmons & Co.
|Energy Specialization Intent Form|
|Energy Specialization Application|