Working Full-Time While in the MS in Energy Management Program

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Written by Dan Sibley

The program requires completion of 36 semester credit hours. The curriculum was designed to be completed in as little as 12 months (four courses per semester, including the summer semester).

Can I work a full-time job and be in the MS in Energy program?

Yes, many of our students are full-time employees as well as students. Our degree program can be completed in 18 to 24 months in a classroom format. Many courses are offered online, and late afternoon or evening courses provide flexibility and convenience — particularly to working professionals.

36 Semester Credit Hours

The program requires completion of 36 semester credit hours. The curriculum was designed to be completed in as little as 12 months (four courses per semester, including the summer semester). Most students complete the degree within two years (three courses per semester, excluding summer semester).

This program is designed for our working professionals to take courses at the speed they want but also graduate with the knowledge they need to be a business professional in the energy industry.

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Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD in Finance?

Bachelor’s Degree Program

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Build the skills to do rigorous analysis of financial information through various courses in managerial economics and financial analysis. These skills are in high demand across the corporate world and prized in government and not-for-profit sectors.

BS in Finance

Master’s Degree Programs

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Find the finance graduate degree that matches your interests. See a brief summary of each degree or click a program below for more information.

MS in Finance MS in Finance Technology and Analytics MS in Energy Management

PhD Concentration in Finance

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Develop strong research skills that are especially relevant for students interested in an academic career. Research seminars are held weekly, and each year the finance area sponsors a speaker series to bring researchers from other universities to UT Dallas.

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