MBA with Energy Management Concentration

Our Master of Business Administration is designed to prepare you for leadership positions within a broad range of organizations. Through electives and targeted internships, we are able to develop a degree plan that fits your personal interests. You will have the opportunity to select projects and papers that appeal to your individual interests and career goals.

The Dillard College of Business Administration at MSU Texas is accredited member of AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Less than 5 percent of the world’s 13,000 business programs have earned AACSB Accreditation. AACSB-accredited schools produce graduates who are highly skilled and more desirable to employers than other non-accredited schools.

Required Courses (33 hours, plus 9 hours of electives)

Your non-business degree is not an obstacle! A six-hour online leveling course (BUAD 5006) covers the necessary professional business core concepts. The course is offered online every semester.

If you earned your undergraduate business degree, you most likely have completed the required common business knowledge core are ready to begin the core courses.

Core Courses 24 hours

ACCT 5213 Cost Analysis and Control
BUAD 5603 Advanced Applied Business Statistics
ECON 5113 Managerial Economics
ECON 5143 Macroeconomics
FINC 5713 Financial Administration
MGMT 5443 Current Issues in Organizational Behavior
MGMT 6883 Graduate Seminar in Business Policy
MIS 5113 Information Technology Management
MKTG 5513 Graduate Seminar in Marketing



Energy Management Concentration (9 hours)

With the Energy Management Concentration you will learn:

  • The worldwide dynamics of supply and demand that drive the price of energy,
  • How the oil and gas industry operates,
  • The key processes of finding and drilling for, and producing oil and gas,
  • How to evaluate whether or not to drill a well,
  • And, how to raise the funds needed to discover and drill.

Courses in this concentration are Energy Management, Energy Accounting and Law, and Energy Industry Finance.