Bauer Certificates

Economics of the Energy Value Chain (EEVC)

Energy Financial Management

Students interested in developing a broad economic perspective on the energy business should consider this Certificate. The courses offered should be very helpful to engineers and other functional specialists seeking to develop managerial perspective suitable for executive responsibilities

The Certificate exposes students to both the ‘physical' side of the energy business, i.e. what is the nature of the assets, operations and products produced, and to the economics of each component of the EVC. Students will be able to gain an understanding of how the energy firms' activities ‘add value' along the chain, e.g. how basic refinery units upgrade crude oil and how more complex conversion and chemical units upgrade basic products into higher value fuels or chemicals. The role of transportation logistics and trading will also be considered. The courses which compose this Certificate are: The Energy Value Chain, Upstream Economics and Downstream/Petrochemical Economics.

Curriculum

(need 9 credit hours)

  • FINA 7371 Energy Value Chain
  • FINA 7372 Upstream Economics
  • FINA 7373 Petrochemical & Refining Economics
  • FINA 7397 Alternative Energy Investments
  • FINA 7397 Energy Value Creation
  • FINA 7354 Financial Securities and Innovations
  • FINA 7370 Cases in Corporate Finance
  • FINA 7397 Future of Value Creation in the O & G Industry
  • FINA 7397 Midstream Energy Finance
  • FINA 7397 National Oil Company Value Creation
  • FINA 7397 Electirc Power Markets
  • GENB 7397 Capturing Upstream Growth Opportunities

Certificates: You must be a current Bauer graduate (MBA or MS Finance) student to enroll in any of our certificate programs.