Graduate Programs - Division of Economics and Business
Founded in 1969, this world-renowned program leads to MS and PhD 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 the skills necessary for understanding the complex interactions of markets and policy that influence the energy and mineral industries. The program focuses on applied quantitative tools and models that form a foundation for sound business and public policy.
|Degrees offered:||• MS Mineral and Energy Economics
• PhD Mineral and Energy Economics
• MS Mineral and Energy Economics & MS Petroleum Economics Management
(Dual Degrees - Golden, Colorado & Paris, France)
The Engineering and Technology Management program is designed for engineers and applied scientists who want to be successful as leaders and managers in a technical environment. This dynamic program covers the fundamental principles and best practices associated with technology management - the study of alternative strategies for developing and managing innovation, global expansion, diversification and acquisition; and engineering management - the science of planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing activities that have an engineering component.
Degree offered: MS Engineering and Technology Management