EXPLORE BUSINESS MAJORS
ENERGY COMMERCE Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration in Energy Commerce
Energy commerce majors gain the knowledge required to make a valuable impact in the oil and gas industry upon first entering the workforce. Students learn relevant industry skills through hands-on active learning techniques supplemented by the knowledge of industry trends; the economic decisions businesses must make; laws and regulations pertaining to the energy industry; and the geopolitical importance of energy. Issue analysis, critical thinking, and problem solving are areas of emphasis in this major. Written and oral communication skills are essential for students pursuing this major.
MAJOR ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS •
Minimum 3.0 TTU GPA
AVAILABLE CERTIFICATES Energy (minimum 3.0 GPA) Energy Commerce - Meet the Industry (Fall Semester) Meet the Industry is an on-site recruiting event for students currently admitted and enrolled in the Energy Commerce program who are seeking internship opportunities. Various energy companies visit the Rawls College to give a presentation to these students to spark interest in their company. These companies then revisit campus to recruit their top candidates.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH THIS MAJOR?
JOB PLACEMENT RATE (MAY 2018) *Figure is dependent on market conditions, response rate, number of graduates, and includes graduates pursuing advanced degrees.
• Gas marketing and distribution analysis
• Government and regulatory analysis
• Market analysis
• Division order analysis
• Strategic planning and business development analysis
• Title analysis
• In-house negotiations
• Energy trading
COMPANIES THAT HIRE RAWLS GRADUATES • Anadarko Petroleum
• Enterprise Products
• Plains All American
• Noble Energy
• SM Energy
• Chesapeake Energy
• Devon Energy
• Occidental Petroleum
• Southwestern Energy
• Pioneer Natural Resources
• XTO Energy
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Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration in Energy Commerce