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Welcome to the Oklahoma City University Online Energy MBA Program! Our program equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in the ever-changing energy industry. Gain a deeper understanding of leadership, management, legal and ethical environments, communication, negotiation, and dispute resolution specific to the energy sector. Explore diverse energy sources, evaluate department interactions, and enhance organizational management abilities.

Our Online Energy MBA Program covers the legal and ethical aspects of the energy industry, including contracts, torts, crime, business organizations, and the responsibilities of energy leaders. Develop strong social interaction skills, negotiation expertise, and marketing knowledge. Conclude the program with an integrative project, analyzing emerging issues and presenting recommendations. Join us to excel in the energy industry with an online MBA focused on energy.

Master of Business Administration in Energy Degree Requirements – Credit Hours: 36 

  • MBA 5123 Effective Leadership and Communication 3 
  • ACCT 5213 Accounting for Business Decision Making 3 
  • MGMT 5213 Business Strategy for Creating Value 3 
  • ECON 5313 Data Analysis for Business Decisions 3 
  • ECON 5413 Managing at the Crossroads: The Global Economic Environment 3 
  • MKTG 5103 Strategic Marketing Decisions for Creating Value 3 
  • FIN 5303 Financial Strategy and Decision Making 3 
  • MGMT 5723 Leadership and Management in the Energy Industry 3 
  • ELAW 5703 Legal and Ethical Environment of the Energy Industry 3 
  • MGMT 6743 Internal and External Communication in the Energy Industry 3 
  • ELAW 5453 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution 3 
  • FIN 6373 Energy Management Capstone Experience 3

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M.B.A. students must demonstrate the likelihood of success in a rigorous graduate program to be considered for admission. Several factors may be evaluated when reviewing an application, including the undergraduate GPA, GMAT and GRE exam scores, letters of recommendation, academic and professional accomplishments, professional work experience, and TOEFL/IELTS scores (international students). Other accepted graduate admissions tests may also be considered.

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