The Master of Management in Energy is a timely and
distinctive 10-month program that began in July 2011. The
program focuses on the business of energy and provides students
with the advanced skills demanded by recruiters who seek
professionals prepared for the rapidly changing energy finance, risk
management and trading careers of today and tomorrow. Graduates
of the program will be qualified for jobs with energy companies,
banks, financial services and consulting firms, utilities, and trading
organizations. Learn More.
Tulane offers Energy Specialization for undergraduates and graduates within a
broader degree of study. By simply adding 3 courses to your
curriculum, you may earn the Energy Specialization degree
and build towards a future in the ever-growing Energy Industry.Learn More.
The Freeman School offers an MBA/Master of Management in Energy joint degree program. A student must be admitted to both programs.
The joint degree program requires a minimum of 73 total semester credit hours, 49 for the MBA and 24 for the MMG. Each student's
curriculum and course requirements must be approved in advance by an advisor in the Freeman School's Graduate Programs Office.Learn More.