Oil, Gas and Energy Accounting Certificate
Get Specialized Training to Advance in the Field of Energy
With certification in oil, gas and energy accounting from The University of Texas at Tyler, you will be prepared to provide specialized services that are vital to organizations in the field of energy.
The UT Tyler Oil, Gas and Energy Accounting Certificate Program is an online course of study consisting of nine semester credit hours, designed to be completed in three semesters. This program only admits for Fall and Spring semesters.
Prerequisites include a bachelor's degree (any major) and completion of Intermediate Accounting I and Principles of Finance.
- Earn certification in oil, gas and energy accounting as a stand-alone program or in conjunction with the master of accountancy, master of business administration or any other graduate program that allows for three electives.
- Receive training to become an accounting specialist or consultant providing essential services in the field of energy. The program involves an in-depth study of accounting and finance principles directly related to oil, gas and energy.
- Learn from a faculty of experts, including doctorally qualified professors and accomplished accounting professionals.
Career Outlook for Oil, Gas & Energy Accountants
Prospects for jobs are excellent, primarily in the East Texas region, where almost all accounting firms employ specialists in oil, gas and energy.
For more information about careers in accounting, visit Occupational Outlook Handbook - Accountants and Auditors.
Marketable Skills in Accounting
To see accounting skills that are most sought after by employers in today's market, visit Marketable Skills for the College of Business & Technology.
Courses: In-depth. Relevant.
Oil, Gas and Energy Accounting I & II
These two courses comprise the study of accounting principles related to oil, gas and energy industries. Delve into topics such as accounting for asset sales revenue, tax accounting, joint interest accounting, conveyances, and oil and gas disclosures.
Oil, Gas and Energy Finance I
Examine the current energy outlook and the study principles of financial statement analysis, capital budgeting and risk analysis, and corporate financial strategy and decision making. Also learn about value creation in the energy, oil and gas industry.