Dr. Steven L. Green, Advisor
The goal of the Certificate Program in Energy Commerce is to provide Hankamer School of Business students enhanced preparation for careers in the energy industry. All students in the program must also complete one or more of the regular business majors. A student with potential interest in the program should contact Dr. Green for advising as early as possible in his or her Baylor career.
Admission to the Certificate Program in Energy Commerce is competitive. Students apply for admission to the program after they have completed BUS 1201 Introduction to Business (or ECO 1380 Introduction to Economic Analysis and Policy) and GEO 1306 The Earth Through Time/GEO 1106 The Earth Through Time, Laboratory with a minimum grade of “B” and a minimum 3.0 GPA. Admission is based on a holistic review of a candidate’s record.
Other requirements that must be met to complete the certificate:
& GEO 1106
|The Earth Through Time|
and The Earth Through Time, Laboratory
|GEO 1405||The Dynamic Earth 1||4|
|BUS 2222||Introduction to Energy Commerce 2||2|
|GEO 4361||Petroleum Geoscience Concepts 3||3|
|ECO 4321||Energy Economics||3|
|ACC 4310||Energy Accounting and Law||3|
|BUS 4V95||Energy Commerce Internship||1|
A student must earn a minimum grade of “B” in GEO 1306 The Earth Through Time/GEO 1106 The Earth Through Time, Laboratory and either GEO 1403 Environmental Geology or GEO 1405 The Dynamic Earth, with GEO 1405 The Dynamic Earth preferred. Enrollment in GEO 4361 Petroleum Geoscience Concepts is limited and will be subject to instructor permission.