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Master of Energy Business

Program Description

The Master of Energy Business degree program is designed for working energy professionals with backgrounds in business, engineering, geosciences, law, and related disciplines who are seeking to advance their careers in the energy industry. Centered in the heart of energy-rich Oklahoma, this energy master’s degree blends sound business principles and practices generally found in an MBA program with contemporary energy issues and perspectives to create an energy-focused professional educational experience. U.S. News & World Report ranks the program among the top online energy graduate business programs in the country. Our courses are approved for AAPL recertification credits for CPL/RPL/RL designation.

Courses approved for AAPL Recertification Credits for CPL/RPL/RL Designation

Skills and Outcomes

The Master of Energy Business program will equip you to:

  • synthesize the interrelationships among core business, scientific and technical functions of contemporary energy companies;
  • evaluate the relationships between energy policy, governmental regulation, technological innovation, evolving markets and corporate environmental sustainability as they relate to the energy sector; and
  • conduct analyses to critically assess operational and strategic decisions by energy companies.

Program Learning Outcomes

The students completing the Master of Energy Business program will:

  1. Synthesize the interrelationships among the main business, scientific, technical, and ethical functions of contemporary energy companies.
  2. Evaluate the relationships between energy policy, governmental regulation, technological innovation, evolving markets, and corporate environmental sustainability as they relate to the energy sector.
  3. Conduct analyses to critically assess operational and strategic decisions by energy companies.

Application Requirements and Deadlines

Fall Application Deadlines for Graduate Business Programs

ROUND
FALL APP DEADLINE
FALL DECISION DATE
FALL COMMITMENT DEADLINE
1 Oct. 31 Dec. 1 April 1
2* Jan. 1 Feb. 15 April 1
3 Jan. 16 Rolling Admission Rolling Admission

*Applications for admissions and/or scholarships submitted after the Round 2 deadline will be considered on a rolling basis as space and funding permit.

International applicants who complete their application after the Round 2 deadline will not be guaranteed adequate visa processing time. 

Spring Application Deadlines for Graduate Business Programs (Master of Accountancy and Master of Energy Business Only)

ROUND
SPRING APP DEADLINE
SPRING DECISION DATE
SPRING COMMITMENT DEADLINE
1* September 15 October 15 December 1
2 Jan 1 Rolling Admission Rolling Admission

*Applications for admissions and/or scholarships submitted after the Round 1 deadline will be considered on a rolling basis until January 1 as space and funding permit. 

International applicants who complete their application after the Round 2 deadline will not be guaranteed adequate visa processing time. 

  • Tuition & Living Expenses

    Graduate Tuition

    2023-2024 academic year

    Tuition per credit hour (including audited courses) $1,431 per credit hour

    View estimated cost of living including tuition, fees and living expenses.

    Alternate costs per program

    Doctor of Nursing Practice (FNP, Acute Care DNP, Master’s to DNP) $1,170 per credit hour**
    Doctor of Nursing Practice (Nurse Anesthesia) $1,367 per credit hour**
    Masters of Athletic Training (MAT) $900 per credit hour**

    **including audited courses

    Graduate Student Fees

    New Student Fee (first semester only) $100
    International Student Fees $186 per semester | $372 per year
    University Fee $585 per semester

    Other Costs

    Transportation $4,275
    Personal $7,794
  • Application Information

    Applying to TU Graduate Business Programs

    Graduate Business Programs is happy to guide you through our admission process. Application materials can be submitted as a package or piece by piece as they are ready. When all official documents have been received, your application will be reviewed for admission.

    • Application – Online Graduate School Application Process or Apply Now
    • $60 Fee. You may pay the fee online through our Business Office.
    • Transcripts from ALL institutions of higher education*
      (Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution.)
    • Two letters of recommendation**
      (Letters may be from academic or professional references and must be submitted by the reference.)
    • Resumé
    • Statement of Purpose
    • International Applicants must also submit:
      1) Acceptable TOEFL, IELTS and Duolingo Scores can be found on the English Language Requirement page.
      2) Confirmation of Financial Resources

    *International applicants must attain First Class in examinations taken during their undergraduate tenure at a four-year baccalaureate institution, or have an advanced degree. Transcripts must be accompanied by a certified English translation, the rank in the applicant’s graduating class, and a clear explanation of the grading system used at the undergraduate institution.

    **MEB applicants require one letter of recommendation from a current supervisor, or if unemployed, from a previous supervisor and the second from a professional or academic reference.

    The Collins College of Business conducts admissions on a modified rolling basis. Early in the application cycle, admission decisions are made as complete application packages are received. As the application cycle proceeds, a limited number of admissions may be available. At this point, admission becomes competitive. Submitting a complete application package early is encouraged and has distinct advantages. Submission of a complete application package does not guarantee admission.