Explore Our ETM Program

One-year Masters degree in Engineering & Technology Management (ETM) – Building leaders for technology-focused enterprises

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What’s killing coal?

The effects of natural gas abundance and renewables on coal-fired plants

Professors Harrison Fell and Dan Kaffine (CU, Boulder) examine the joint impact of natural gas prices and wind generation on coal generation.

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to our
2014 Graduates—
Best of Luck!

Welcome to MInes Division of Economics & Business

Walls compressed.jpgOur mission is to produce graduates and scholarship of international distinction.  We emphasize applied work devoted to industry decision making and public policy, especially as they relate to minerals and materials, energy, the environment, and technology.  Taking advantage of the strong mathematical and quantitative skills of Mines students, our degree programs emphasize quantitative methods.  As a multidisciplinary department, we focus on fields within economics and business that complement one another - that is, microeconomics, the management sciences (including operations research), and finance.

We would be pleased to talk to you about our academic programs or research.

Michael Walls
Professor and Interim Division Director

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