Engineering and Technology Management
The Engineering and Technology Management (ETM) Program, founded in 2001, is designed to meet the fast-changing needs of technology and business in engineering and high tech firms. The program attracts engineers and applied scientists who want to be successful as managers and leaders in a technical environment.
The program emphasizes the fundamental principles and best practices associated with engineering management - the science of planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing activities that have an engineering component; and technology management - the study of alternative strategies for managing innovation, global technology development, acquisition and commercialization.
Mineral and Energy Economics
Founded in 1969, this world-renowned program leads to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Mineral and Energy Economics. Originally known as Mineral Economics, our program attracts students from all over the world, and our alumni are known globally for their career achievements and qualifications. Students gain skills to understand the economic and public policy forces driving changes in the energy and mineral industries, both domestically and internationally. Students apply quantitative tools from economics, finance, optimization and management science to assist in the analysis and implementation of public and business policies.
Students specialize in Public Policy or Operations Research/Quantitative Business Methods. The MS degree (36 credits/12 courses) is typically completed in three semesters. The PhD degree (72 credits) is typically completed in three to four years.
Dual Degree in Petroleum Economics & Management and Mineral and Energy Economics
The M.S. and Ph.D. degrees may be combined with a joint degree program in Petroleum Economics and Management with the Institut Français du Pétrole (IFP) in Paris, France. The program trains the next generation of technical, analytical and managerial professionals vital to the future of the petroleum and energy industries. Students earn the equivalent of a masters degree from both schools amongst other options. A maximum of seven students will be selected each year. Apply by March 1st to begin the following fall semester. After studying in English for only 16 months (8 months at CSM and 8 months at IFP) the successful student of Petroleum Economics and Management (PEM) receives not 1 but 2 degrees: Masters of Science in Mineral and Energy Economics from CSM and Diplôme D'Ingénieur or Mastère Spécialisé from IFP.
Interdisciplinary PhD in Operations Research with Engineering
The Operations Reasearch with Engineering (ORWE) Interdisciplinary PhD Program allows students to complete an interdisciplinary doctoral-level degree by taking courses and conducting research in five departments/divisions: Mathematical & Computer Sciences, Engineering, Economics & Business, Mining, and Metallurgical & Materials Engineering. Currently, eleven faculty in the five departments listed above have agreed to serve as core faculty in this program. This program begins in Fall 2011.
For more information about the Division graduate programs, contact Kathleen Martin, Program Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 303.273.3482.
Reciprocity Agreement with the University of Denver in Law and Economics
Students enrolled in the M.S. Mineral Economics Program at CSM or the Juris Doctorate Program (JD) in Law from the University of Denver may under the reciprocal agreement complete 6 approved credits at either school by enrolling for the courses at both Registrar Offices. PhD and JD students may have the opportunity to double count up to 12 credit hours towards both programs; see your advisor for more information. Applicants must apply to each program separately.
For more information about the DU law degree, contact:
Professor Don Smith
College of Law
University of Denver