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All Energy, Only Energy

Offered by the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma, the EMBA in Energy provides students with the opportunity to understand key issues in the energy industry. Students select an area of specialization in Hydrocarbons or Renewables. The program positions graduates for leadership roles in these vital and constantly evolving fields. The program is offered primarily online and is designed to be completed in 15 months.

Hydrocarbon Specialization

OU’s legacy in energy education extends over 100 years, making it uniquely qualified to provide a Hydrocarbon specialization tailored to the key issues in the constantly evolving energy industry.

Renewables Specialization

As the renewable energy industry rapidly grows, there is a greater need for professionals who have a solid understanding of the business side of renewable energy and who can effectively manage organizations and position them for continued success.

Invest in Your Career With an Executive Coach

Your degree program includes access to an executive coach with extensive energy career experiences who will convey individual and customized leadership and career strategies to leverage your EMBA credential in the energy marketplace.


Faculty come from within Price College and the energy industry – all with extensive experience solving real-world energy issues. In addition to online coursework, students participate in three one-week residencies (two on campus and one in Europe).

Enhance Your Energy Network

Develop important energy industry contacts among your classmates, instructors, and a global network of energy leaders who are proud to be OU Alumni. Each member of this program was selected for their experience in the energy industry.

Students and alumni in the EMBA in Energy program work at organizations including:

Sinclair Oil & Gas Company
Exelon Nuclear
GE Oil & Gas
Westinghouse Electric Co.
Dow Chemical Company
Devon Energy
BP America