Bauer Certificates

Energy Finance (EF)

Students who wish to become expert in the financial management of energy firms should consider this Certificate. The courses offered should benefit professionals in the Treasury and Controllers functions and those aspiring to a CFO position for an energy firm.

Energy Finance exposes students to the connection between the business strategy and financing strategy of the energy firm. EF explores the two principal strategies for financing energy companies, i.e. Centralized and Stand-alone financing, and devotes considerable attention to the interplay between financing and the special tax optimization opportunities available to energy firms. Oil and Gas accounting, the measurement and management of foreign exchange/ remittance risks, the strategic uses of project finance, and the operation of an internal affiliate financing system are major topics covered.

Energy Financial Management

The courses which compose this Certificate are: International Energy Finance, The Strategy of Project Financing and Oil and Gas Accounting.

Curriculum

(need 9 credit hours)

  • FINA 7321 Fixed Income Security Analysis
  • FINA 7330 Advanced Corporate Finance
  • FINA 7334 Strategy for Project Finance
  • FINA 7336 Techniques for Project Finance
  • FINA 7352 Energy Derivatives
  • FINA 7360 International Finance
  • FINA 7397 Energy Value Creation
  • FINA 7333 Mergers and Acquisitions
  • FINA 7370 Cases in Corporate Finance
  • FINA 7397 Oil and Gas Accounting
  • FINA 7397 Energy Insurance and Risk Management
  • FINA 7354 Financial Securities and Innovations
  • FINA 7397 Future of Value Creation in the O & G Industry
  • FINA 7397 Alternative Energy Investments
  • FINA 7397 Applied Finance Projects
  • FINA 7397 Midstream Energy Finance
  • FINA 7397 National Oil Company Value Creation
  • FINA 7397 Electric Power Markets
  • ACCT 7397 Transfer Pricing
  • GENB 7397 Capturing Upstream Growth Opportunities

What do past students think of the Program?

“Bauer made sure to get extremely qualified and engaging instructors to teach the subject matter. They also chose material that was very relevant to current energy marketing issues. Much of it is very useful in my actual work, such as instruction on reading a 10-k and the overview of all segments of the energy value chain.” - Jean A. Salisbury, ERM Class ‘06

Certificates: You must be a current Bauer graduate (MBA or MS Finance) student to enroll in any of our certificate programs.