Energy is a vital sector of our economy—both traditional resources and emerging renewable markets.
The Certificate in Energy Finance is designed to combine an interest in the engineering aspects of energy systems with the financial expertise gained through courses in financial analysis and risk management.
The program prepares you for the Global Association of Risk Professionals’ Sustainability and Climate Risk certification and Financial Risk Manager certification.
The program requires 15 credits. For program requirements, see the Undergraduate Bulletin.
For more information about the program, please contact Dr. Jeff Coy, associate professor of finance, at [email protected] or 814-898-6711.