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Bachelor of Science in Energy Resource Management and Development

Bachelor of Science in Energy Resource Management and Development

  • QS World University Rankings
    801-1000
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
The future of energy will be characterized by increasing knowledge, relentless change, and technological innovation. As global energy industry increases in complexity, demand will dramatically grow for professionals with a multidisciplinary, entrepreneurial skill set. Future leaders must understand complex engineering and scientific technology within the context of business, legal, social and public policy in order to create comprehensive and sustainable solutions. The Energy Resource Management and Development (ERM&D) B.S. program is designed to fill this need through a combination of rigorous courses, real-world internships, and undergraduate research experiences. It is a collaborative degree with the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Business, Engineering and Applied Sciences, and Law as well as the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources. The curriculum balances depth of learning with breadth of understanding to train graduates for sustained competitive success in the energy workforce at the frontiers of knowledge and for self-directed, life-long learning. Students learn to focus on continuous improvement, constant assessment and the importance of a sense of urgency and consideration of profit motive in the energy industry. Our program emphasizes career planning and provides constant one-on-one guidance and assistance to ensure optimal workforce placement. Students are strongly encouraged to complete an industry internship (minimum GPA requirement is typically 3.000). Opportunities are also available for undergraduate research, a study abroad experience or a summer field trip. Multiple events during the year connect students to energy industry professionals. The Energy Resource Management and Development program offers four concentrations and students must declare at least one concentration. They are fossil fuels; renewable energy; energy air, energy land and water management; and professional land management.

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