Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)
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What you will learn in this program
Energy management scholars ask questions such as: What factors influence demand on the coal industry? Where are the growth opportunities for solar energy? How does weather influence the price of natural gas?
Our Energy Management program with provide you with the basic concepts, principles, and information you’ll need to manage energy operations. You’ll learn about commodity training and analysis, negotiations and project management, and strategic issues in the energy industry. Over the course of your studies you will complete formal presentations, group projects and various case studies.
As a graduate of the energy management program, you'll be prepared for global career opportunities in the petroleum, electricity, coal, wind, nuclear, solar, and geothermal industries. A degree in commerce can also be used as a stepping-stone to graduate studies or another professional degree such as law, medicine, veterinary medicine, or education.
Courses you'll take:
Canadian Energy Management and Regulation, Introduction to Business Analytics, Introduction to Business Skills, Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics
Admission requirements and information
Co-operative work placement - Gain valuable full-time paid work experience that alternates with your academic studies.
Study abroad opportunities - Cultural and academic experiences at destinations around the world.
Mentorship opportunities - A formal or informal relationship where you connect with, and learn from, an established professional.
Energy management prepared me for a constantly evolving energy sector with a multi-disciplinary approach to the common problems arising from the shifting challenges in today’s globalized planet. Themes of managing risk or understanding the economics of pipeline functions provided a broad understanding which rounded out my qualifications nicely. Because it’s fairly new to the Haskayne School of Business, the energy management concentration piqued my employer’s interest during interviews. They saw me as a well-rounded candidate with unique insights into the energy industry.
Matthew G., BComm’10
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