With a TCU Energy MBA, you’ll gain in-depth knowledge of the current business issues and practices unique to the energy industry, as well as strategies for managing the risks and opportunities in this dynamic and growing field.

Choose from On-Campus or Virtual Learning

You can join our Energy MBA courses in classrooms on the beautiful TCU campus, or opt for live synchronous online learning. Either way, you will be part of class discussions and activities as they happen. All students will take part in two experiences each year on the TCU campus.

Evening format: Classes typically meet two to three nights a week, 6:30-9:10 p.m.
Program Length: Graduate in 22-33 months
Admission: Students are admitted for the fall semester (August) start

You can adjust the time you need to complete your degree by how you schedule your electives. Take six semester hours each fall, spring and summer semesters to graduate in 33 months. Or add electives in the Winter and Spring Intersession semesters or take additional electives during a regular semester to graduate earlier.

  • 25.5 hours of core courses
  • 10.5 hours of energy-specific courses – including the international trip
  • 6 hours of business or energy electives

If you meet specific requirements, you may qualify for the accelerated version of the Energy MBA, which cuts your semester hours from 42 to 36. This allows you to focus just on the courses you need, cutting out the things you have already learned during your career.

  • 15 hours of core courses
  • 13.5 hours of energy-specific courses – including the international trip
  • 7.5 hours of business or energy electives

See requirements.

We frequently update our MBA courses to reflect the innovation, information and technology that drive business forward. Consult our online catalog: