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Energy, particularly oil and natural gas, continues to be Oklahoma's defining industry and provides its employees with an average of twice the state's typical annual income. With the growth in the energy industry, coupled with pending retirements of many of the industry's top executives, the demand for educated leadership is immense.  

Master of Science in Energy Management
30 Credit Hours (9 week courses, 1 night a week)
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Energy, particularly oil and natural gas, continues to be an innovative industry opening doors to higher paying jobs and steady advancement opportunities. 

Educating Today’s Talent to be Tomorrow’s Leaders

The Master of Science in Energy Management degree has a strong, market-driven curriculum that imparts a comprehensive understanding of managing a business in the energy industry. The curriculum is taught in an applied approach by seasoned faculty with years of experience in their field providing a wealth of knowledge and a unique perspective. 

In-Class or Live-Streaming, Distance Education

Designed primarily with the working adult in mind, classes meet just one night a week on campus or in a live-streaming, distance education format.  For more information, contact our program director, Meredith Wegener, J.D., LL.M, at 405-208-5593 or mwegener@okcu.edu

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above
  • Two years of relevant work experience preferred
  • Statement of purpose (minimum 500 words) addressing background in the energy industry, business experience, and purpose for seeking degree.
  • Full professional resume
  • Two letters of recommendation from employers/supervisors
  • Qualifying GMAT/GRE score (score may be waived based on work experience)

Required Courses (Sequential order)

MGMT 5723 Overview of the Energy Industry
ELAW 5703 Legal and Ethical Environment of the Energy Industry
MGMT 5713 Organizational Behavior and Managerial Processes
MGMT 6743 Internal and External Communication in the Energy Industry
ACCT 5593 Accounting for Managers in Energy Business
FIN 5303 Financial Policy for Managers
ECON 6213 Energy Economics
MGMT 6713 Energy Operations Management
MGMT 5733 Essentials of Oil and Gas Legal Principles
FIN 6373 Financing Energy Development and Capstone Experience

Current Tuition and Fees

Tuition for both the Master of Science in Energy Management and Energy Legal Studies is determined in an effort to ensure that these innovative degrees are of the highest quality in all aspects. The total current tuition for the 10 degree courses in either program is $28,080. The total current fees for the 10 degree courses in either program is presently is $3450. Tuition at entrance to the program will remain the same during your program, but fees may be adjusted by the University, if necessary. Textbooks are not included. 2/14/14

Students may be eligible for scholarships, including our Corporate Partner Scholarships.

Learn more about which program would better suit your particular career goals.

Energy Management Information and Course Descriptions

Master of Science in Energy Legal Studies
30 Credit Hours (9 week courses, 1 night a week)
Accreditations

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Meinders School of Business is creating an energy epicenter, where leaders in the energy industry, local, state and federal government, and regulatory agencies stay engaged with one another to find solutions to some of the issues we face in the industry. Talented and educated employees, well-versed in business, law and energy, are highly sought after by top employers.

Educating Today’s Talent to be Tomorrow’s Leaders

The Master of Science in Energy Legal Studies degree provides an extensive, concept-based, legal curriculum designed to provide a fully contextual perspective of the Energy industry.  The curriculum is taught in an applied approach by seasoned faculty with years of experience in their field providing a wealth of knowledge and a unique perspective.

In-Class or Live-Streaming, Distance Education

Designed primarily with the working adult in mind, classes meet just  one night a week on campus or in a live-streaming, distance education format.  For more information, contact our program director, Meredith Wegener, J.D., LL.M, at 405-208-5593 or mwegener@okcu.edu.

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above
  • Two years of relevant work experience preferred
  • Statement of purpose (minimum 500 words) addressing background in the energy industry, business experience, and purpose for seeking degree.
  • Full professional resume
  • Two letters of recommendation from employers/supervisors 

Required Courses (Sequential order) 

MGMT 5723 Overview of the Energy Industry
ELAW 5703 Legal and Ethical Environment of the Energy Industry
ELAW 5353 Fundamentals of Contracts
ELAW 6523 Fundamentals of Property Law
ELAW 6533 Legal Principles of Oil and Gas
ELAW 6543 Environmental Law and Regulatory Compliance
ELAW 6613 Energy Contracts and Issues
ELAW 5453 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
ELAW 5153 Legal Research and Citation
ELAW 5253 Legal Writing and Analysis/Capstone Experience

Current Tuition and Fees

Tuition for both the Master of Science in Energy Management and Energy Legal Studies is determined in an effort to ensure that these innovative degrees are of the highest quality in all aspects.  The total current tuition for the 10 degree courses in either program is $28,080.  The total current fees for the 10 degree courses in either program is presently is $3450.  Tuition at entrance to the program will remain the same during your program, but fees may be adjusted by the University, if necessary.  Textbooks are not included.  2/14/14

Students may be eligible for scholarships, including our Corporate Partner Scholarships.

Learn more about which program would better suit your particular career goals.

Energy Legal Studies Information and Course Descriptions