What is Energy Land Management at WVU like?
This rapidly growing major focuses on energy land management and how it relates to energy development, with an emphasis on the management, coordination and development of surface, mineral and other energy interests.
Morgantown is uniquely positioned for this industry. The combination of various natural resource opportunities and many industry partners in the area gives our students an advantage, providing them with ample opportunities for intensive, hands-on experiences and exposure to all aspects of land work and operations.
With an advisory board of national and local industry partners, this program provides a strong foundation in the key aspects of energy land management and produces trained professionals who are highly sought after in the energy and regulatory sectors.
At a Glance
- College/School:Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
- Division:School of Natural Resources
- Degree Designation:BS
- Degree Program:Energy Land Management
- Program website:Energy Land Management