LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Students entering this fall's inaugural semester of energy MBA courses at the University of Wyoming College of Business will have two tracks to choose from in the program.

Students can try for a Masters of Business Administration with an energy concentration or an MBA in energy management.

The energy MBA is a collaborative effort among the College of Business, School of Energy Resources and energy industry leaders.

The program requires an additional 24 credit hours beyond the MBA core curriculum and can be completed in 21 months.

The curriculum addresses energy industry concerns on multiple levels to include: traditional hydrocarbon energy businesses, the power generation industry and alternative energy.