After receiving a high school diploma, many graduates choose to work toward a Bachelor of Business Administration, or BBA, to broaden their career prospects as well as their long-term earning potential. Most of these programs take about four years to finish and involve close study of the management and commerce side of a particular industry or field.
Just what is a BBA in Energy? This rigorous degree program is designed for engineering-minded students with an interest in global energy considerations and helps prepare graduates for a variety of roles related to energy and sustainability. Common areas of study in these programs often include utilities, wind power, hydroelectric power, energy purchasing, and foreign and domestic policy and legislative regulations as they relate to energy. Students also receive training and guidance intended to help them analyze and communicate information regarding energy policy and economics.
Graduates of Bachelor of Business Administration in Energy programs have substantially more career opportunities available to them than those without degrees or those with only associate’s degrees. They are also typically able to make considerably more money than their less-educated colleagues.
Because tuition costs vary considerably from one BBA in Energy program to the next, students should contact the admissions office of each potential school for timely tuition rates and related information.
Those who successfully secure a Bachelor of Business Administration in Energy are prepared for an array of lucrative global positions. Many find work in governmental organizations, utility companies, regulatory bodies or energy trade organizations and companies. Others establish careers as public relations specialists, policy analysts, compliance specialists or lobbyists. Some graduates choose to return to school to work toward an even higher academic designation.
Those interested in hearing more about the opportunities that exist worldwide for those with an interest in energy should review our database of related courses. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
This bachelor is designed to allow students to acquire in-depth knowledge of the environmental global oil trading industry. [+]
This Bachelor program is designed to provide you with in-depth knowledge appropriate to the environment of trading in the global oil trading industry. You will be taught by highly skilled professionals involved on a daily basis with the intricacies of trading in Oil and Gas on a global level.
Over the course of the program you will:Gain expertise in dealing with crude oil and refined product markets. Achieve fluency in the principles of price risk management. Understand the legalities of oil trade contracts. Gain the ability to negotiate costs and compare trade offers both directly and through brokerage. Program
The program requires the successful completion of 180 credits (which represent, 1800 contact hours plus a total of 3600 study hours). The program consists of 4 groups of courses common for all Bachelor’s, from which students may select the desired subjects to study: General Education (45 ECTS), Core Courses (72 ECTS), Elective Courses (15 ECTS), the Orientation Courses (36 ECTS) and the Bachelor Thesis (12 ECTS), which are mandatory to complete the selected major. Beyond the principal Business modules offered within each major, an example of some of the Orientation (Specialist) subjects can be found below:... [-]
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Oil & Gas Management is in fact, the first-of-a-kind programme in Malaysia that addresses Oil and Gas from the business administration and management perspective. Adding to the uniqueness of this three-year programme is the incorporation of three, 2-month Co-operative / internship placements for each year of study. [+]
Gain expertise in Business Administration and in one of the following concentrations: Energy Oil and Gas Management; Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Finance and Economics; Human Resource Management; Information Systems and Social Media; Management; Marketing Communications; Public Administration; and Real Estate. [+]