Earn your MME and learn the business of energy at Tulane.
Prepare to lead in the energy industry and make strong financial decisions by gaining the business and technical skills that employers value.
At Tulane, our Master of Management in Energy (MME) provides you with the comprehensive skills to work in both the traditional and renewable energy industries. Our MME degree — which is strategically designed around the business of energy — will provide you with marketable and technical expertise in everything from structure and valuation to financial modeling and risk management.
No matter your interests — whether it be oil and gas, solar or wind energy — you’ll have a greater understanding of the complex energy systems in place and be ready to fast-track your career in this ever-growing field.
Complete an MME in 10 to 17 Months
Advance and lead in the energy industry in an accelerated formet – or take the summer to complete an internship.
Master of Management in Energy students have the option to specialize in areas including analytics, electric power, renewable energy or trading.
Extend your training – as an international students – by up to 24 months when you graduate from our Master of Management in Energy and work in your field of study.
Why Pursue a Master of Management in Energy?
Learn more about our advanced training that prepares you to lead in the energy industry.
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), Chief Financial Officer, Advance Triwest Equipment
Master of Management in Energy students experience actual market conditions right in the classroom by doing simulations in our $3 million trading room.
Our MME faculty are experienced in all sectors of the energy industry. They’re researching in areas such as the impact of unconventional shale oil and gas development and actively working to help companies achieve renewable energy goals.
Cover up to half of your tuition and fees with a Tulane fellowship. All admitted students are considered for fellowships, which can cover up to 50 percent of tuition.
Learn more about the Master of Management in Energy at an in-person or virtual information session, or come see us at an upcoming event.
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
Our alumni are positioned to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. As an MME student, you’ll build a network of supporters and mentors who will champion you as you grow in your career.
Our small classes — 20 graduate students or less — facilitate deep and meaningful relationships. Your faculty members will become mentors and introduce you to professional opportunities, and your classmates will be lifelong connections and friends.