The 10 courses serve two functions: (1) Core program courses provide an understanding of the complexity of the integrated functions within the energy industry, from fuel selection/power production to end-user consumption. (2) Business courses strengthen students' competency in their professional discipline(s), preparing them for success in the energy industry sector.

A minimum of 10 graduate courses (30 credits) and BOE616 are required. Each student's program should include at least five or six Business of Energy core courses (BOE610 is required) and four or five School of Business core and/or elective courses for a total of 10 courses. Completion of BOE616 Graduate Project (pass/fail) is also required. See below:

 

Complete five or six of the following core courses from Business of Energy graduate courses:

 

Complete four or five courses from the existing MBA program:

 

BOE616 Graduate Project; Business of Energy*

0

 

 

BOE610 Fundamentals of the Business Energy*

3

MBA Elective 1

3

BOE611 Planning & Operations of Power Systems

3

MBA Elective 2

3

BOE612 Power Markets  

3

MBA Elective 3

3

 

 

MBA Elective 4

3

BOE613 Deregulation & Restructuring

3

MBA Elective 5

3

BOE614 Electric Power Industry Economies & Finance

3

 

 

BOE615 Challenges to Upgrading Aging Infrastructure

3

 

 

Credits

18

Credits

15

*Required Courses

 

 

 

Required Credits

15-18

Required Credits

12-15

Degree Required Credits – Total  30