ME International Petroleum Management Certificate

The Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering and Mays Business School Center for International Business Studies partner to provide Master of Engineering students the opportunity to pursue the Certificate in International Petroleum Management. To qualify for this certificate the student must complete at least 18 semester hours of coursework from Mays Business School.

For more information, visit the Department of Petroleum Engineering.

Program Administrators
Dr. Jenn-Tai Liang, IPM Director Petroleum Engineering
Katy Lane, IPM Director Mays Business School

18 Hours – PETE and Other Engineering Courses
18 Hours – Non-PETE Courses (Business Courses Required for IPM Program)
Seminar – PETE 681

Non-PETE Coursework

Foundation Courses – Required 12 Hours

ACCT 640 Accounting Concepts and Procedures I
FINC 635 Financial Management for Non-Business
ISTM 615 Business Database Systems
MGMT 655 Survey of Management
MKTG 621 Survey of Marketing

Electives – Choose 6 Hours

ACCT 646 International Accounting
FINC 645/IBUS 645 International Finance
IBUS 489/689 Special Topics in International Business Areas
MGMT 660 Global Human Resource Management
MGMT 663 International Transfer Pricing
MKTG 677/IBUS 677 Multinational Marketing Management
MGMT 679/IBUS 679 International Business Policy

Any variation in this course sequence must be approved by the IPM Program Coordinator at Mays Business School.