MNGT3309 Energy Management

Course Description

Exploration of basic issues in energy management with some focus on marketing, finance, human resources, and accounting issues in energy business. The course also provides basic insights into the history of the energy industry and strategic thrust areas for future growth.

Course Credits: 3

Prerequisites: Junior Standing

Student Learning Outcomes

The Faculty of the College of Business and Engineering have established the following objectives for MNGT 3309:

  • Students will develop an understanding of energy management concepts, current energy industry research, and enhance primary techniques regarding the internal and external environment.
  • Student will develop conceptual skills that will enable the student to integrate previously learned aspects of management concepts to energy industry and energy firm issues
  • Student understanding of the present and future internal and external environments within the energy industry specifically within management will be enhanced.
  • Student understanding of the business practices in accounting, finance, marketing, production management, and human resources management unique to the energy industry will be enhanced.
  • Students will develop an understanding of the public policy debate regarding policy on the energy sector.
  • Students will improve the secondary research skills required in gathering and interpreting raw data through application of those skills to industry sector business problems.
  • Students will improve both written and oral communicative skills application on addressing energy industry issues.