At which campus can I study this program?
To earn an undergraduate certificate in Energy Finance, there are 15 credits of prescribed courses and a minimum of 6 credits in prerequisites
|Required Courses: Require a grade of C or better|
|EBF 200||Introduction to Energy and Earth Sciences Economics||3|
|or MET 436||Energy Conservation Systems|
|EGEE 101||Energy and the Environment||3|
|FIN 418||Introduction to Energy Finance||3|
|FIN 419||Advanced Energy Finance||3|
|FIN 427||Derivative Securities||3|
Certificate Learning Objectives
This certificate will provide students the ability to:
- Have a clear understanding and appreciation of energy and environmental concepts and interconnectedness; analyze energy consumption patterns; discuss various energy resources that power the modern society; examine the energy conversion processes; explore interrelationships between energy use and industrial progress and environmental consequences; discuss future energy alternatives.
- Have a clear understanding of the economic rationale behind energy exploration, development, capital budgeting, option pricing and risk management.
- Master the basic techniques for the valuation of forwards, futures, swaps, and vanilla options (calls and puts), and understand the specifics of risk management in terms of energy risk.
- Elucidate the microeconomic fundamentals with a focus on the applications of economics to energy and environmental markets.
- Analyze the processes and systems for energy conversion, including power, refrigeration and air conditioning cycles, thermoelectrics, etc.