Duke Fuqua Now Offering MBA Concentration in Energy Finance

New concentration to cover topics in energy markets and investements

Duke University's Fuqua School of Business has announced that it has launched an MBA concentration in Energy Finance.

The new concentration is an addition to the school's existing concentration in Energy & Environment, and "will give MBAs a chance to dive deeper on issues of project finance, markets and trading, corporate finance, and risk management, with a grounding in the specifics of global energy markets," according to a news release.

To complete the MBA concentration in Energy Finance, students will have to take at least six electives from a range of offerings in finance, energy markets, and other courses.

For more information, please see the Duke Fuqua news release announcing the launch of the MBA concentration in Energy Finance.

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