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2023 Session

Registration Information at a Glance

Who should Attend: The Energy Executive Course is designed for experienced leaders and executives who have attained, or are about to attain, significant general management responsibilities.

Registration fee: The fee for the 2023 session is $15,250. A 50% non-refundable deposit is due at the time of application. 

Faculty: Influential energy industry experts and academic leaders.

2023 EEC Session: Well-Integrated Hybrid Program

The Energy Executive Course’s renowned competency-based curriculum is delivered using online, virtual, and in-person formats.

Virtual Launch
(April 18 - 19)

  • Sets the stage for intersession group work and prepares participants for June in-person session.

Online learning, self-paced, self-directed (content available April 19)

  • Electric Generation, Transmission, and Distribution
  • Natural Gas Production, Transmission, and Distribution
  • Utility Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • Regulation and Rate Making
  • Financial Management

Strategically Timed Touchpoints
(May 2, May 23)

  • Create channels for remote collaboration between April and June.


University of Idaho Campus, Moscow, Idaho
(June 18-28)

  • Strategically designed to provide a full immersion in the energy industry.
  • Two weeks, face-to-face with over 90 in-class faculty contact hours, industry tours, and special events.

Capstone Day, Coeur d’Alene Resort, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
(June 29)

  • Select group of C-suite panelists and key stakeholders engage participants in dynamic discussion and debate about the transformational change taking place in today’s energy industry.

Note: the 2023 session schedule will be updated soon.

2023 At-A-Glance (PDF)

Getting the Most out of EEC (PDF)

“The Energy Executive Course not only provided relevant technical content and training, but its exercises on effective leadership, change management, and collaboration made this the most valuable development opportunity I’ve attended. The EEC is an excellent all-around program which taught skills I call upon often to enhance my leadership and the work I perform.”
Stuart Reilly, Chief of Staff, Austin Energy

Executive Education

Mailing Address:
College of Business and Economics
875 Perimeter Drive MS3161
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3161

Phone: 208-885-6265