Tulane Energy Institute prepares tomorrow’s energy leaders [Sponsored]

Pierre Conner is the Executive Director of the Tulane Energy Institute and Professor of Practice, Management Science

“Everybody’s involved in energy, either making energy, moving it, trading it or using it,” says Pierre Conner, executive director of the Tulane Energy Institute. “We are all in the business of energy.”

It’s for this reason that the Tulane Energy Institute added a Master of Management in Energy (MME) program in 2011. This unique one-year program equips new college graduates with the knowledge and skills they need for leadership roles in energy and enables early to mid-career professionals to transition into new roles, such as going from engineering to management.

With a focus on applied knowledge and the option to specialize in areas including analytics, electric power, renewable energy or trading, the MME program has a record-high employment rate of 93 percent. Read more.