Energy Management Major Requirements 2016-17

All students wishing to major in the Energy Management (EM) emphasis in Business Administration must be formally admitted to the program. Students who have already completed a BA/BS in Business or Accounting will be considered to have completed the Energy Management Base Curriculum and Energy Management Nucleus. 

A minimum of 83 credits is required, including the 21-credit Energy Management Base Curriculum, the 19 to 20- credit Energy Management Nucleus, and the following emphasis courses: 

Energy Management Base Curriculum 

ACC 201  Introduction to Financial Accounting  3 cr
ACC 202  Introduction to Managerial Accounting  3 cr
ECON 201  Macroeconomics  3 cr
ECON 202  Microeconomics  3 cr
ECON 216  Statistics for Business and Economics  3 cr
MATH 232  Applied Calculus for the Managerial and Social Sciences  3 cr
BUAD 311  Essential Excel Skills for the Workplace  1 cr
BUAD 312  Advanced Excel Applications  2 cr

Energy Management Nucleus 

BUAD 210  Legal Environment of Business  3 cr
BUAD 240  Strategic Negotiations  3 cr
BUAD 270  Principles of Marketing  3 cr
BUAD 309  Business Communications  3 cr
BUAD 333  Organizational Behavior  3 cr
BUAD 360  Managerial Finance  3 cr
At least one of the following:
BUAD 202  EM Professional Development I   1 cr
BUAD 302  EM Professional Development II   1 cr

Energy Management Emphasis 

BUAD 230  Evolution of the Oil and Gas Economy  3 cr
BUAD 305  Applied Energy Seminar  3 cr
BUAD 320  Petroleum Land Management  3 cr
BUAD 321  Oil and Gas Agreements  3 cr
BUAD 370  Introduction to Exploration and Production Processes  3 cr
BUAD 410  Water and Environmental Law  3 cr
BUAD 420  Oil and Gas Law  3 cr
BUAD 495  Prospect Economics and Evaluation  3 cr
ECON 370  Natural Resource Economics  3 cr
ENVS 350  U.S. and Western Environmental Politics  3 cr
GEOG 340  Introduction to Geographic Information Systems  3 cr
GEOG 101  Physical Geology  3 cr
GEOG 105  Physical Geology Lab  1 cr
GEOG 240  Introduction to Petroleum and Mining Geology  3 cr
One of the following elective courses:
COM 274  Public Relations Communication  3 cr
COM 372  Issues Management  3 cr

Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 to continue in and graduate from Energy Management Program. Students may take both BUAD 202 and BUAD 302 depending on when they enter Western and Energy Management. Take these in consultation with your Energy Management advisor.