Texas Tech University is launching a new degree this Fall - a Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) in Energy, with courses offered by instructors from the Petroleum Engineering Department, the National Wind Institute, the Energy Commerce Department in the Rawls College of Business, and the School of Law. It is designed primarily for working professionals but is open to all.
The courses will be offered online, with only one or two in-person weekend visits to the Texas Tech campus during each semester. The degree can be earned in one year. Each semester unit (consisting of three courses) will cost $14,000 for a total degree cost of $42,000, plus a $500 deposit.
The first cohort begins this Fall, and applications are being accepted now. You can find out more information by visiting the website at www.depts.ttu.edu/gradschool/Programs/energy/. Please forward this email and attachment to your friends and colleagues, who might be interested.
I am the Program Director and will be teaching the online course on Oil & Gas Law."
William R. Keffer
Janet Scivally and David Copeland Endowed Professor of Energy Law
Director of Energy Law Programs
Assistant Director of Bar Preparation Resources
Texas Tech University School of Law
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