In the Master of Management in Energy program (MME), you will gain comprehensive knowledge about traditional and renewable energy sources throughout the energy value chain. This STEM-designated graduate business degree is strategically designed around the business of energy, with a career-focused curriculum emphasizing financial skills and hands-on experience in our Trading Center. You will gain marketable, technical expertise in everything from structure and valuation to financial modeling and risk management, preparing you to move ahead in the energy industry in less time than a traditional energy MBA.
10 or 18 Months
You can complete your degree on an accelerated schedule in only 10 months, or spread your coursework out over 18 months to allow for a summer internship.
Courses will provide you with a complete understanding of the energy value chain and real-world experience through industry-sponsored projects, site visits and hands-on exercises.
The Master of Management in Energy degree program is STEM-designated, allowing international students to extend their training by 24 months if they work in their field of study.
In Freeman's Master of Management in Energy program, you will gain skills and knowledge through experiences found only at Tulane. From hands-on learning to access to exceptional resources, you will be prepared to enter the traditional energy industry or seek a job in renewables.
The Master of Management in Energy program reflects input from employers about the skills they want you to possess. Our expert faculty members will guide you through industry examples, real-world projects and hands-on exercises in our Trading Center, a $3 million simulated trading floor. You will also participate in learning opportunities in sustainability that you can only find at Freeman.
From exploration to retail sales, the Tulane MME has given me a deeper understanding of the energy business while connecting me with a valuable network of peers, faculty members and industry professionals.
-Gerard Dunphy (MME ’20), president, Tulane Energy Club
Our graduates launch careers across the energy industry and more, with exceptional placement in corporate finance, banking, consulting and renewables. You will connect with accomplished alumni who are invested in your success. Here are just some of the companies where you’ll find our MME grads:
Our faculty have extensive experience in the energy industry, and we bring that experience into the classroom to ensure that what we’re teaching is relevant and immediately applicable.
Pierre Conner, professor of practice and executive director, Tulane Energy Institute
At Freeman, you’ll receive personal attention throughout the admissions process and beyond. Our admissions team will provide individual feedback to determine which course of study is the best fit for you, and we’ll counsel you on how to put forth your strongest application.
- All applicants receive consideration for fellowships
- GMAT/GRE waivers are available for qualified candidates
- Priority deadline December 1
Freeman alumni are positioned to help you achieve your professional goals. As a student, you’ll build a network of supporters and mentors who will champion you as you grow your career.
Our small class sizes facilitate deep relationships. Faculty will become mentors and introduce you to professional opportunities and classmates will become lifelong friends you’ll be proud to know.
New Orleans is the cultural capital of the South, known throughout the world for its music, food and entertainment. But it’s also 300+ year old port city with both international business connections and home-grown startups. Living here will expose you to new experiences from learning about sustainability at sea level to dancing at local festivals. Many of our students and alumni are involved in local organizations including the New Orleans Business Alliance and the Young Leadership Council.
Live music is the life-blood of New Orleans, the birthplace of eight separate genres of music from jazz to bounce. With festivals nearly every weekend, you’ll celebrate Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest, local entrepreneurship and so much more.
New Orleans is a mecca for foodies because of the many cuisines that converged here, including French, Italian, Haitian and Vietnamese. Soon you will be peeling crawfish like a pro and ordering your po-boy “dressed.”
As a major port and commercial center, New Orleans is home to a vibrant business community. Primary industries include shipping, energy, healthcare and hospitality, but the city is also home to successful software and IT companies.
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