Leading the way in energy education


The University of Tulsa draws from its world-renowned oil and gas legacy to offer energy programs through three colleges and ancillary services that support advancement in the industry.

The School of Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce in the Collins College of Business features degree programs that prepare students to meet the industry's need for highly educated and skilled professionals. Undergraduates can earn a bachelor's degree in energy management or a minor in energy.

An online master of energy business program combines an interdisciplinary curriculum with practical application to advance energy professionals into management and leadership positions. Additionally, degree programs offered through the nationally ranked Collins College of Business equip undergraduate and graduate students to fill a variety of positions at energy companies both domestically and abroad. From accounting and MIS, to finance and marketing, students graduate ready to tackle the business challenges of energy companies around the world.

energyWithin the College of Engineering and Natural Sciences, the McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering is recognized as one of the top-ranked petroleum engineering schools. Petroleum engineering is the largest department on the TU campus with an undergraduate enrollment that exceeds 500 students. The college offers Bachelor of Science, Master of Engineering, Master of Science and doctoral degrees in petroleummechanical and chemical engineering. Areas of research specialization include alternative and biofuels.

The University of Tulsa College of Law established the Sustainable Energy and Resources Law (SERL) program in 1974 to offer comprehensive training in energy, environmental and natural resources law through a dynamic curriculum and research. Degrees include a Juris Doctor, SERL Certificate, a Master of Jurisprudence in Energy Law and an LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Law.

The University of Tulsa's Petroleum Abstracts is the world's leading information source for published knowledge related to oil and gas exploration, production, transportation and storage. A team of information specialists in geosciences, engineering, information technology and publishing contribute to the development and production of the weekly Petroleum Abstracts Bulletin, in addition to other research products.

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