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FINĀ 421. International Energy Markets. 3 Hours.

This course introduces students to International Energy Markets. It will examine energy industry market structure and how it relates to business decision-making. The course will examine both renewable and non-renewable energy industry market structures. The course will provide fundamental economic knowledge needed to implement decisions related to the energy industry. It will review supply and demand structures of the energy market as well as various energy forecasting methodologies. The course will use energy data analysis methodology as a tool for analyzing future energy requirements. Prerequisites: Students must complete FIN 281, ECON 320 and ECON 312.