With the opening of its energy sector, Mexico faces the challenge of taking advantage of the opportunities that this renewed industry will present. The Energy Reform is transforming the sector and driving the need for new businesses and energy experts, aligning the country with the trends of the global energy environment.
In the short term, the entire energy production chain will require the education and training of specialized human resources. For this reason, the challenge is to have competent and qualified human capital with international standards, create an educational offer closely linked to the productive sector and establish mechanisms so that human capital drives innovation, productivity, and competitiveness in the energy sector.
The specialization in Energy Management is a program aimed at professionals in the energy sector and energy-dependent businesses that combines some elements of energy engineering with the skills and competencies of leadership and management in business. The new regulations of the energy industry in Mexico are studied through this program, as well as the strategic spaces to help create new businesses, both in the public and private sectors, nationally and internationally. It also focuses on the development of business models supported by energy engineering.
The objective of this specialization is to:
Train specialists with the knowledge and aptitudes to work in the energy sector, leading and managing energy organizations in global settings. They will be able to apply the aptitudes and knowledge acquired in this specialization regarding the energy sector, in topics such as: business administration, entrepreneurship and global markets. Their preparation extends to public and energy companies and includes all types of organizations with projects that will address the spaces derived from the Energy Reform.
Professionals from the energy sector or energy dependent businesses who wish to develop competencies in this field. Applicants must have at least two years’ professional experience and hold positions with perspectives for growth within the organization or be interested in developing innovative business models. They will also require work experience and the desire to develop and/or strengthen their administrative and managerial skills, as well as their consulting abilities on the topic of energy.
Face to Face
Escuela de Gobierno y Transformación Pública Santa Fe
On completing the program, students will be able to:
Profesores de la especialidad
Dr. Alejandro Ibarra
The Specialization in Energy Management is offered in trimester and executive formats, allowing participants to continue with their professional commitments and minimize disruption to their work schedules.
Thanks to EGADE Business School's close relationship with public institutions and experts from the private energy sector, the School complements its value proposition by encouraging experts in energy issues to share their knowledge and experiences with program participants, who will also be able to capitalize on opportunities derived from the School's strong ties with leading organizations in the energy sector.