Energy Accounting - Certificate
The Certificate in Energy Accounting (CEA) offers Mays BBA accounting majors with an interest in working in the energy industry an opportunity to set themselves apart and find a place in an exciting, competitive industry that provides a wide variety of opportunities – including international. The CEA program is designed to give undergraduate accounting students high impact learning experiences related to the energy industry.
All requirements for the program must be completed prior to graduation. A certificate notation will be added to the official transcript upon graduation.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|ACCT 327||Financial Reporting I||3|
|ACCT 403||Energy Accounting 1||3|
|ACCT 484||Accounting Internship||3|
|or FINC 484||or Professional Internship|
|BUSN 302||Nonprofit Perspectives (Energy Industry)||1|
|Select one of the following: 2||3|
|Environmental and Natural Resource Economics|
|Survey of International Agricultural Economics: Study Abroad|
|Introduction to Bioenvironmental Sciences|
|General Chemistry for Engineering Students|
|Energy Markets and Policy 3|
|Energy: Resources, Utilization and Importance to Society|
|Geography of Energy|
|Resources and the Environment|
|Principles of Geology|
|American Environmental History|
|History of Energy in America|
|Conservation of Natural Resources|
|Study Abroad in Natural Resources|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||13|
May take ACCT 603 as an elective.
Course availability will vary each semester. For a complete list of prescribed electives, please contact an Academic Advisor or the Certificate in Energy Accounting coordinator.
May take ECON 633 as an elective.