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The global nature of the extractive industries will offer you opportunities to work either in the UK or in one of the many countries around the world currently extracting, or looking to extract, oil and gas. Environmental concerns are placing great pressures on the extractive industries to change their practice and philosophies,and this oil and gas management course offers an excellent way of exploring this fast-changing and interesting area.
This oil and gas management degree programme* is industry-relevant and validated by a high ranking university. We are preparing to work with the extractive industries on course design, empowering you with leading-edge information and skills.
Introduction to Accounting
Introduction to Computing
Oil and Gas Management
International Energy Policies
Legal Aspects of the Oil and Gas Industry
Environmental Management for Sustainable Development
Logistics and Operations Management
E-Commerce and Marketing
Innovation and Risk Management
Development in Oil and Gas Retail Industries
Oil and Gas Management Project
If you choose our 2 or 3 year degree with year 0 you will study the following courses on your first year:-
Principles of Management
Advanced Critical Writing Skills
An applicant must be at least 18 years of age and as a minimum have obtained one of the following: •Minimum 2 ‘A’ Level passes, grades A* - E. •A NQF Level 3 qualification (or an equivalent International qualification) •BTEC National Diploma or Certificate •Bachelor Extended Pathway (Foundation Year)
Mature candidates (aged 21 or above) who do not meet the standard entry requirements, should show evidence of good work experience on their CVs (minimum of one year) in order to be considered for entry onto year 0
Other qualifications as may be considered equivalent including recognised Access Courses (subject to approval by Plymouth Business School), and the International Baccalaureate. Applications from candidates who lack the normal course entry requirements are positively encouraged. In such cases, the Admissions Tutors must be satisfied that the applicant has the necessary potential, knowledge or experience and motivation to follow the course successfully. Candidates with non standard qualifications will be invited to attend an interview.
Accreditation of prior learning - partial exemptions can be obtained from the programme subject to Plymouth University Academic Regulations and dependent on the compatibility of previous study. Each case is considered on its own merit.