OKLAHOMA CITY— Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business will offer $35,000 in new scholarships thanks to funding from the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board. Scholarships will be available to students from Oklahoma entering the master’s programs in energy management or energy legal studies or the Petroleum Land Management Certificate Program.
“We are excited and gratified by this very generous contribution to our new programs in energy from the OERB”, stated Dean Steven Agee. “The OERB has historically been very supportive of energy education and we are pleased to partner with them in providing this type of funding for advanced energy academic programs.”
OCU’s Meinders School of Business created the Master of Science programs in energy management and energy legal studies in conjunction with local energy executives.
The energy management program focuses on the business side of energy management, providing advanced education across topics such as finance, organizational behavior, economics and marketing, which are integral to the field of energy management.
The energy legal studies program is designed to give students an advanced base of knowledge of jurisprudence and its application in the energy industry.
OCU’s Petroleum Land Management program is for students and professionals who want to pursue or enhance their career in Petroleum Land related activities.
Students can apply for scholarships to the energy management and energy legal studies programs by visiting msb.okcu.edu/graduate/oerb-scholarships and to the Petroleum Land Management Certificate Program by visiting msb.okcu.edu/professional-development/oerb-scholarships.
For more information, call (405) 208-5351.