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Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business has created two graduate programs in conjunction with local energy executives.
Enrollment is now open for the Master of Science degree in energy
management and the Master of Science in energy legal studies for classes
beginning in January.
The energy management program will focus on the business side of energy management, providing advanced education across topics integral to the field of energy management.
The energy legal studies program is designed to give students an advanced base of knowledge of jurisprudence and its application in the energy industry.
“With OCU’s proximity to top energy companies and state governmental agencies, you can combine academic study with practical experience and exposure to top decision makers in the energy industry today,” said Steven C. Agee, Ph.D., interim dean of OCU’s Meinders School of Business.
Both programs will be offered during the evening in an accelerated format.
For more information or to enroll for the spring semester, call (405)208-5351 or visit okcu.edu/business.