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With world energy consumption expected to rise more than 20 percent between 2008 and 2020, the energy field requires leaders who can maximize the industry’s growth for their companies. The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Energy Management degree offers courses that provide a broad perspective of management, global business and energy concepts. If you’re looking to stake a claim in an industry that is projected to grow, University of Phoenix can help. Discover what we can do to help you prepare for the energy industry.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program prepares students in the functional areas of business allowing them to develop managerial skills necessary to be effective in a rapidly changing business environment. The program is designed for students with an interest in entering or advancing their careers in business. The program reflects current research of managerial competencies as well as graduate business standards as reflected by existing national standardized graduate business tests. In addition to the University learning goals, the MBA program prepares students to do the following:
The MBA consists of 36-54 credit hours. Thirty-six credit hours constitute the core curriculum which covers the following areas of business: management, human capital management, business law, organizational leadership, economics, accounting, applied business research & statistics, operations management, corporate finance, marketing, and strategic planning & implementation. Students can develop additional expertise in a particular area through the selection and completion of 15 credits of elective courses to earn a concentration, which may be recorded on the student's transcript.
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Global energy consumption is expected to rise in the foreseeable future, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). In its September 2011 report, "International Energy Outlook," they showed a steady increase of world energy consumption. The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Energy Management reflects the current national graduate business standards and provides valuable insight into the business of energy management. In this program, you’ll learn how to:
Manage, develop and motivate personnel to meet organizational needs.
Leverage technology in a global environment to create sustainable competitive advantage.
Apply foundational managerial and analytical skills in an energy-related context.
Evaluate risks and develop plans to lessen or eliminate their impact.
The Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs, an international organization that recognizes and supports teaching excellence, accredits the Master of Business Administration degree program at University of Phoenix.
University of Phoenix faculty members have work experience in the fields they teach, offering you insiders' views of what’s happening in the business world.
In the School of Business, we have more than 350,000 alumni. In a 2011 alumni survey, 11 percent of the 23,300 respondents were entrepreneurs who’d started their own businesses.
Connect with other ambitious learners through our PhoenixConnect® academic social network. Here, you can interact with students and faculty, collaborate on projects or simply share ideas with members from all around the country — all from the comfort of your computer.
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The University of Phoenix School of Business prepares students for the 21st-century business world by collaborating with business leaders to develop programs that align with employer needs.
School of Business faculty members hold master's degrees or higher and have an average of 20 years of experience as CEOs, CFOs, COOs, presidents and more.
The PhoenixConnect® academic social network provides you with opportunities to extend your reach beyond your classroom to network with ambitious learners worldwide.
We provide each student with representatives who are committed to your success from the moment you ask about University of Phoenix to the day you graduate.