UNC Kenan-Flagler offers an MBA energy program, unique among major business schools, that allows you to explore every aspect of the energy value chain – from oil and gas to power, petrochemicals and renewables.
Courses focus on day-to-day business and economic situations unique to the energy industry and address challenges faced by specific industry segments. Graduates emerge well-prepared to assume leadership roles within the ranks of multinational corporations, independent producers, power generators, renewables firms, and financial and consulting firms.
Learn more about Energy at UNC Kenan-Flagler:
"I knew I wanted to stay in the energy industry, but wanted to refine my skills in finance. UNC Kenan-Flagler's MBA curriculum allowed me to build my financial knowledge from the ground up, and I would not have gotten the opportunity [for an internship] at ExxonMobil without the help from faculty, administrators, and alumni."
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Hear from Stephen Arbogast, one of the industry experts you'll learn from, whose teaching focuses on business ethics, international finance, and the business of energy.
Darby Casey, MBA '23, shares insight into the energy concentration at UNC Kenan-Flagler, her internship experience and post-graduation plans in the energy industry.
Learning from professors who have built their expertise by working in the industry helps students better tackle the real-world problems facing the energy sector.
Professor Stephen Arbogast discusses the Energy Transition, including current challenges, potential solutions that extend across all energy sources, and the role that MBAs can play in shifting to a lower carbon energy future.
Professor Dan Domeracki addresses the role that the oil and gas industry can play -- and is playing -- in becoming a critical part of the climate change problem.