Texas Tech University

Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies - Energy

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  • A new, unique, interdisciplinary, professional degree for those in the energy field - a Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) in Energy.
  • This new program is a partnership among the Whitacre College of Engineering, the National Wind Institute, the Rawls College of Business Administration, and the School of Law. It is unique because the emphasis is on interdisciplinary. It is designed primarily for working professionals but is open to all.
  • Choose any three of four subject-matter modules: Oil & Gas, Renewables, Energy Commerce, and Energy Law & Policy.
  • Study three courses/module/semester.
  • Earn your degree in three semesters.
  • All courses are delivered online, along with two in-person, weekend campus visits each semester.

See a detailed program description, program costs, and application requirements.

Why go to Texas Tech for the MSIS – Energy program?

  • Texas Tech is known for its strength in Energy disciplines and the cross-collaboration that occurs across those disciplines.
  • This flexible program provides a "rolling" admission, allowing students to start in any semester.
  • Staff is supportive, accessible, and highly experienced.
  • Delivered by Energy leaders from academia and industry through a module-based structure.
  • Studies are delivered via e-learning and supplemented with site visits and work-day sessions.
  • Studies are directly tied to typical, real-life practices and new, automated digital practices.
  • Texas Tech's campus is conveniently located in Lubbock, Texas. Students have easy access to campus buildings and field and research-operations facilities.