Energy Accounting Certificate
Interested in working in the energy industry? The accounting department has an exciting opportunity. The Energy Accounting Certificate (EAC) is a great way for students to set themselves apart and find a place in an exciting, competitive industry that provides a wide variety of opportunities – including international experiences. The EAC program is designed to give undergraduate accounting students high impact learning experiences related to the energy industry. Through the certificate program, students will have many opportunities to interact with professionals in the industry, participate in case competitions, gain interdisciplinary experiences, and complete an industry related internship.
The courses required for completion of the program include ACCT 327 (Intermediate Accounting), ACCT 403/603 (Energy Accounting), ACCT 484 (Internship), BUSN 481 (Energy Industry), and an approved energy related elective in a discipline other than business (see list of acceptable energy related electives).
|Approved Electives for Energy Accounting Certificate|
|AGEC 350||Environment and Natural Resources Economics|
|AGEC 402||Survey of International Agricultural Economics|
|AGEC 422||Land Economics|
|AGSM 461||Geographic Information Systems for Resource Management|
|BESC 201||Introduction to Bioenvironmental Sciences|
|ECON 433/633||Energy Markets, Finance, and Policy|
|ENGR 101||Energy: Resources, Utilization and Importance to Society|
|GEOG 203||Planet Earth|
|GEOG 309||Geography of Energy|
|GEOG 330||Resources and the Environment|
|GEOL 101||Principles of Geology|
|HIST 359||American Environmental History|
|HIST 360||History of the American Petroleum Industry|
|ISYS 489 SPTP||Introduction to Energy Industry|
|RPTS/RENR 420||Natural Resource Law|
|RENR 375||Conservation of Natural Resources|
|RENR 400||Study Abroad in Natural Resources|
For more information regarding CEA, please contact Meghan Williams.