New program designed for oil and gas executives and managers

Beginning in autumn 2007, the Aberdeen Business School at The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland, will offer a new MBA program in Energy Management designed for oil and gas executives and managers. The course is offered in cooperation with the university's Energy Centre.

The specialist course electives for this new program will include: Oil and Gas Management, Energy Policy and the Environment, Oil and Gas Contract Law, and Business Planning and Operations Scheduling.

For more information about the new program, please visit the Aberdeen Business School website. For more information about Aberdeen Business School, please visit their full FIND MBA profile listing.

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