I chose Duke because I felt like out of all of the MBA programs out there, it took a very comprehensive approach to education on the entire energy spectrum - from oil and gas to nuclear energy, renewable energy, energy efficiency and more.
Corinne Melville, MEM/MBA '12
The Duke MBA concentration in Energy Finance enables students to dive deeper into issues of project finance, markets and trading, corporate finance, and risk management, with a grounding in the specifics of global energy markets. Students pursuing this concentration take advanced finance courses as well as classes in energy fundamentals. They also have the opportunity to participate in experiential learning projects as part of the Fuqua Client Consulting Practicum program, participate in a host of extracurricular activities, and gain access to a well-established network of Duke/Fuqua alumni in the energy and finance industries.