Minors in Energy Technology & Management
Students can choose to elect Energy Technology & Management as their academic minor by taking at least 18 hours of energy courses to fulfill the program. This minor can easily complement all kinds of majors offered at TCU.
Academic Courses in Energy
Students of any major are welcome to enroll in our energy courses as their interests and career goals demand. Courses include Petroleum Geology, GIS, Energy in Our Society, and many more.
A Variety of Research Opportunities
The TCU Energy Institute is committed to continued research in energy and related fields. Our SEDHEAT program, Center for GIS and Remote Sensing, Core Lab and TCU Wind Initiative all offer research opportunities for students interested in pursuing energy-related careers
Community Programs, Workshops and Classes
In addition to our TCU-based courses, we also offer a variety of community programs aimed to educate professionals and provide soon-tobe professionals training in energy and energy-related topics. Many of our programs even offer a certificate to participants after completion.
Undergraduate Certificate Programs
Through our partnerships with the Neeley School of Business and the TCU Geology Department, students can earn their certificates in Professional Land Management or Geo Spatial Mapping. These can prepare them for a wide range of careers in the energy field.
We offer 17 scholarships for energy minors. Many of these are awarded on an as-needed basis, through some are awarded based on GPA and academic merit
Graduate Certificate Programs
TCU Trustee Mary Ralph Lowe has established a new endowed graduate energy program in the TCU Energy Institute, the “Ralph Lowe Energy Management Program,” named after her father. This unique one-year program for students with a bachelor’s degree intends to bridge the gap between academia and the needs required for a future career in the energy industry.