Fast Facts

TU Energy Management Program Fast Facts

  • World's only AAPL approved Energy Management (EM) program at a private institution
  • Enrollment limited to a maximum of 30 students per year subject to an application process
  • Additional required energy related coursework in the following subjects:
    • Accounting (3 hours)
    • Business Law (9 hours) or up to 18 if upstream concentration selected
    • Chemistry (4 hours)
    • Economics (3 hours)
    • Finance (6 hours) or 12 hrs, if midstream concentration selected (earns a Finance minor)
    • Geology (10 hours)
    • Petroleum Engineering (3 hours) or 6 hrs if upstream concentration selected
    • 55% of all energy-related coursework taken the first 5 semesters as opposed to later
    • Students with a 3.0 GPA or higher required to take one energy-realted law course, in the TU College of Law, with opportunities to take additional energy related law school courses.
    • All courses taught by Ph.D. faculty or professionally qualified industry adjunct professors
      • TU's 10 to 1 student/faculty ratio ensures quality and consistency of graduates
      • Percentage of EM students with grade points above 3.0 on a 4.0 scale:
      • 39% (3.00-3.40)
      • 39% (3.50-3.99) Dean's Honor Roll
      • 11% (4.00)  President's Honor Roll
      • Students may work energy related part-time jobs with energy based companies in Tulsa
      • Exclusive student exchange program with Robert Gordon University, in Aberdeen Scotland, includes 12 hours required coursework, industry internship and mentors
      • Participate in a mentoring program with state and local industry associations
      • Energy industry provides generous scholarships (over $1 million to date) in addition to providing corporate input through the program's Industry Partners Advisory Board
      • TU Student Energy Management Association (TEMSA) provides practical learning experiences, industry speakers, social activities and philanthropic events for members
      • Scholarships available to incoming freshmen