The Certificate in Oil and Gas Accounting is an undergraduate certificate program which is designed to add additional education for students desiring to enter the workplace in the oil and gas industry. Specifically, students who successfully complete this 12 SCH will gain an understanding of oil and gas industry and particularly a working knowledge of accounting in this growing industry. The program is designed for business majors, either current or past.
Student learning outcomes:
Upon completion of this certificate program, students will be able to:
Solve cases regarding accounting aspects of oil and gas leases, working interests, and gas contracts.
Means of Assessing Student Learning Outcomes:
Assessment will be conducted using the following direct measures:
Criteria for Admission:
Students must be either current undergraduate majors in the A.R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business, or be students who have previously earned an undergraduate degree in business. Current business majors must be in good standing with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0.
Interested applicants that are not currently students at TAMIU can apply for admissions at www.applytexas.org. All applicants, current students and incoming students, must submit an additional application form to Ms. Maggie Blasco, Undergraduate Advisor. To obtain application Click Here.
Criteria for Earning the Certificate:
Students must complete the four courses in the program with at least a “C” in each course.
Courses in the Certificate Program:
BA 3330—Introduction to the Oil and Gas Industry – 3 SCH
ACC 3360—Oil and Gas Accounting I – 3 SCH
ACC 4360—Oil and Gas Accounting II – 3 SCH
ACC 4380—Oil and Gas Colloquium – 3 SCH
Administration of the Certificate
The Certificate in Oil and Gas Accounting is administrated by the A.R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business and the Dean of the College is responsible for the oversight of the program.
For more information, contact Ms. Maggie Blasco at 956-326-2483 or email@example.com.
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