Hamad bin Khalifa University has opened applications for the third intake of its Executive Master in Energy and Resources (E&R) program.
Designed for high-potential managers and executives, the 16-month program targets individuals working in areas where the production, consumption or environmental impact of energy and natural resources are likely to affect profits or policy.
The 350-hour part-time program is conducted in English and structured around an introductory module, followed by four intensive 10- to 11-day modules.
Each module consists of courses that incorporate academic presentations, simulations, and case studies, with participants required to conduct independent study and submit assignments online between sessions. Topics covered include geopolitics, fossil fuels, power technologies and petrochemicals, as well as commodity and climate financial markets.
Applicants are expected to have a bachelor’s degree, a proven record of professional achievements, and demonstrate potential to assume greater managerial responsibilities. Graduates will receive an Executive Master degree from HBKU, and will be eligible to receive certificates of completion from HBKU’s partner universities: Georgetown University, HEC Paris, and Texas A&M University.
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