Energy Management, Management, BS

  • Power Plant at IUP

    Interdisciplinary Track Preps You for Changing Market

    This interdisciplinary track offers an introduction to the global energy industry from a number of perspectives, including geography, geoscience, and business.

    Gain Expertise on Energy Practices and Emerging Technologies

    Over the past 15 years, significant changes have taken place in the energy industry. One of the primary changes is the extraction of natural gas—using the hydraulic fracturing process—from the Marcellus and Utica shale layers.

    With this specialty, you can help to achieve the United States’ objective to become less dependent on foreign energy imports and more on domestic gas and oil reserves and renewable energy sources.

    Demand for Energy Worldwide Fuels Demand for Specialists

    The United States is focused on the use of diversified energy sources. This change is particularly important because of increasing demand for energy worldwide. As a result of these changes, the energy management field is experiencing a growing need for personnel with skills related to all aspects of the energy field.

    This track will prepare you for the booming energy industry.

  • Energy Management Graduates will be Professionally Competent in the Following Areas: