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By Briana J. Marino
West Virginia State University has developed a new academic program designed to educate the next generation of oil and gas employees, developers, and industrialists in the Appalachian region. WVSU now offers a Concentration in Energy Management associated with its Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. This new concentration is designed to expose student to several industry topics which may not typically be included in Business Administration curriculum, including emphasizing communication skills, studying energy financial markets, personnel management, and accounting. This partnership between industry heavy-weights and WVSU promises to offer a fruitful collaboration benefiting both the students and the State of West Virginia.
For more information regarding the Energy Management Concentration, call (304) 766-3065.
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