The Tulane University Masters in Energy program has been around for a few years now, an off shoot of the Tulane Masters in Finance program. Being completely focused on the energy industry makes this degree stand out, especially for anyone interested in working in Houston.
With a smaller class size and concentrated focus I would suggest this for those interested in the aforementioned careers. Tulane just recently released their class profile for 2014 and it looks competitive and obtainable for a wide range of students.
- Class size – 40 students
- GPA – 3.12
- GMAT – 605
- 68% domestic
- 30% female
The program also has an active and routinely updates blog where you can follow the MEnergy program and student posts. It discusses life in New Orleans, program highlights as well as other insights during the program.
- Introduction to Energy
- Energy Modeling
- Energy Data Analysis
- Energy and Enviromental Economics
- Energy Fundamentals and Trading
- Energy Accounting
- Energy Projects 1 or Graduate Elective #1
- Energy Markets, Institutions, and Policy
- Energy Trading: Wholesale Power Markets
- Energy Portfolio Management
- Energy Investment Banking
- Energy Projects II
I think the MEnergy program is rather unique and Tulane University has a strong brand, especially down south. I’ve posted a lot on both this program and the masters in finance program at Tulane before and anyone focusing on the south, Houston specifically, should take a look at the Tulane Masters in Energy program.
Here is a link to the Tulane University Masters of Management in Energy