Energy Open Enrollment classes offer you an opportunity to gain new perspectives and skills related to the energy industry with coursework tailored specifically to the challenges and opportunities of the field. With classes focused on the economics, strategy, business valuation and finance specific to the trade, this concentration offers you a unique opportunity to improve your business acumen directly related the complexities of your field.
Learn the valuation tools and techniques used to estimate enterprise values, as well as large-scale investments in power plants, refineries, and oil and gas development projects.
Develop your understanding of the energy markets, and how to model and forecast energy and forward/future prices. Learn the different derivative products and learn how to apply them in the energy markets.
Energy Markets & Valuation
Concentrate on the financial evaluation of major energy investments. Topics and discussions in this class include potential investments in oil sands production, oil sands upgrading, new and retrofit refineries, and renewable energy.
Energy, Technology and Policy
Cover a range of topics in this information-packed class beginning with basics and fundamentals and then delve into the role energy plays in our environment.
Global Oil and Gas Accounting
Investigate the accounting and financial aspects of international oil and gas operations. You will gain working knowledge of key issues, techniques, practices and terminology.
Managing External Stakeholder Relationships
This class teaches you how to manage your firm’s relationship with external stakeholders, explore environmental and human rights and governance issues, and analyze the effect of politics and culture on the industry.
Strategic Energy Sourcing & Risk Management
Examine in depth the topics critical to the business of energy sourcing. In this class you will discuss the geopolitics of energy sources, the economic risks of oil and gas project management and investment, and the management of ethical, legal, political