Texas Tech University’s Graduate School launched a new addition to its Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) degree: a concentration in energy in the Fall 2020 semester.

New Concentration in Energy Offered Through Texas Tech Graduate School

Graduate students can now add a concentration in energy to their Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies degree.

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Texas Tech University’s Graduate School launched a new addition to its Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) degree: a concentration in energy in the Fall 2020 semester. This unique graduate program – designed for working energy professionals – offers unmatched educational opportunities leveraging the university’s unique blend of expertise in business, law, renewable energy and oil and gas.

 

“The energy sector is a diverse and rapidly changing field that impacts everyone’s lives; therefore, it is essential that energy professionals keep abreast of the latest developments and technologies,” said Mark Sheridan, dean of the Graduate School. “Texas Tech University is uniquely positioned, both geographically and as an undisputed leader in broad-based energy education and research, to provide this new graduate program to meet the needs of energy professionals and to assure an adequate, safe and clean supply of energy.”

 

The program consists of 30 credit hours, and all courses are offered online in order to maximize flexibility and convenience. Two weekend, in-person, on-campus visits per semester are included to provide personal interaction between students and instructors as well as field experiences outside the classroom.

 

Students can earn this degree by completing any three of the following four modules:

  • Oil and gas
  • Renewables
  • Energy law and policy
  • Energy commerce

 

Each module consists of three classes offered during the designated semester.

 

Since this degree program provides a “rolling” admission, students can join the program at the beginning of any semester. For more information, including cost of the program and application requirements, visit the MSIS in energy website.

 

CONTACT:

Kim Cappillino

Senior director, Admissions, marketing and recruitment, Graduate School

kim.cappillino@ttu.edu

(806) 834-3374

August 5, 2021 6:51 pm

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