With the approval of the Energy Institute Faculty Committee and the BSM Curriculum Committee, a student in the Bachelor of Science in Management program may receive an Energy Certificate by completing the Energy Specialization, that is, earning at least nine semester credit hours of energy-related coursework. In addition to satisfying the course requirements, each student who receives the Energy Specialization must be approved by faculty affiliated with the Tulane Energy Institute. The Tulane Energy Institute Faculty Committee must review and approve any waivers or deviations from these requirements.
A total of nine (9) semester credit hours of approved coursework is required for the Energy Certificate.
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Energy Mrkts Econ & Policy|
or ENRG 4110
|Energy Financial Modeling|
or ENRG 4200
|Energy Fund & Trading|
|Select 6 credits of the following:||6|
|Energy Mrkts Econ & Policy 1|
|Energy Financial Modeling 1|
|Energy Fund & Trading 1|
|Enrg Trd: Elec Power Markets|
|Energy Portfolio Management|
|Energy Investment Banking|
|Equity Analys/Burkenroad 2|
|Darwin Fenner Mangd Fund 2|
|Total Credit Hours||9|
Provided the class was not selected a required course in the section above.
These courses can also count as Finance electives.
FINE 4160 Equity Analys/Burkenroad may be used in the Energy Specialization; however, the student is also required to serve as a financial analyst for an energy company in the Burkenroad Reports portfolio of companies. Burkenroad Reports cover approximately 25 small- to mid-cap energy companies.
FINE 4610 Darwin Fenner Mangd Fund may be used in the Energy Specialization; however, the student must focus on the energy sector. Participation in this course is by invitation only by the finance faculty and is based on academic performance.
A student may take ENRG 4100 Energy Mrkts Econ & Policy, ENRG 4110 Energy Financial Modeling, or ENRG 4200 Energy Fund & Trading to count towards the additional courses required to reach nine (9) credits for the Energy Specialization. Application forms may be found at http://www.freeman.tulane.edu/energy/students.php#. Students should submit any requests for waivers or deviations from these requirements in writing, addressed to "Energy Institute Faculty," c/o The Tulane Energy Institute, Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex, 7 McAlister Drive, New Orleans, LA 70118.