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The Oklahoma Energy Resource Board and Oklahoma City University are happy to announce their new Community Partnership. With this new partnership, individual and corporate members of OERB pursuing a M.S. in Energy Management degree at Oklahoma City University will qualify for a reduced tuition rate.

Want to learn more about this new, exciting, opportunity? Join us for a FREE lunch and learn more about the Master of Energy Management program and our new community partnership by attending a Lunch and Learn on October 5th from 12:00pm to 1:00pm at 500 NE 4th Street in Oklahoma City.

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Master of Energy Management Scholarship


Students that joined the program in August 2023 or plan to start the program in January of 2024 can apply for a $5,000 scholarship. This scholarship is part of our expansion to the OERB Petroleum Scholar scholarship program in which the people of Oklahoma Oil and Natural Gas offer up to $500,000 in scholarships to students studying petroleum-related fields.

Awards are made at the sole discretion of the selection committee and board. To become and remain an OERB Petroleum Scholar, a student must meet the following criteria.

  • Must be a current resident of the state of Oklahoma.
  • Applicant should have sufficient need for financial assistance.
  • Be an advocate of the oil and natural gas industry on- and off-campus, seeking opportunities to educate others about this important and exciting industry.
  • Enrolled in the Master of Energy Management degree program at Oklahoma City University starting August 2023 or plan to start the program in January of 2024.

Scholarship application will be open from October 1 – November 30.

Click here for the scholarship application

Click here to be directed to OCU website to learn more about the program.

Program budget limitation.

It is understood that the scholarships offered and subsequent program development are subject to the OERB’s annual student education budget and any modifications thereof. The said student education budget and total amount of funding are dependent upon a voluntary assessment based on variable oil and natural gas prices and OERB refunds.