At every turn, the Michael F. Price College of Business is positioning our students, state and nation to go farther and faster as together, we make the Real Energy Leaders for both today and tomorrow. For over a century, the University of Oklahoma has been a trailblazer for energy education, and we continue those efforts here at Price College as we ensure the enduring global competitiveness of Oklahoma and the nation.
Taken together, our Robert M. Zinke Energy Management Undergraduate Program, Graduate Certificate in Energy Management, Executive MBA in Energy, and Energy Executive Management Program provide a “real” education – an authentic learning experience that is both practical and focused. This realism better prepares our students to solve real-world business problems in the energy sector.
To further leverage this leading position in energy, we worked with other OU colleges to form the Energy Institute: a platform for thought leadership and intellectual exchange on the complex issues confronting today’s energy leaders. The Energy Institute’s research informs policy and business strategy, while outreach programs foster meaningful dialogue among energy professionals worldwide. Our graduates are recognized as a high-value asset to both their employers and to the industry they operate in.
Our ambitions for Price College and our energy programs go beyond our position of leadership in energy education in Oklahoma. We aim to be the benchmark in developing the energy industry leaders for the future. We do this by offering the most comprehensive range of quality leadership and learning programs for ambitious, forward thinking energy leaders worldwide. Our highly acclaimed programs have been tailor-made with the industry, for the industry, and they deliver the best platform for energy leaders to achieve their full potential.
In short, our faculty, students, alumni, and supporters are Real Energy Leaders.
"Our graduates are recognized as a high-value asset to both their employers and to the industry they operate in. In short, our faculty, students, alumni, and supporters are Real Energy Leaders."