Ideal Living and Learning Environment
The Energy Executive Course is the premier executive program in the University of Idaho College of Business and Economics. All classes are held in the J.A. Albertson Building. The state-of-the-art classrooms have been specifically designed to support integrated, participant-focused teaching methods.
The Pacific Northwest is a beautiful and inviting region of the country. Moscow, Idaho, offers the convenience and charm of a small town with the university’s exciting array of activities. A vital part of our Northwest community, the University of Idaho is nestled in the heart of the Palouse region, known for its miles of rolling wheat fields and evergreens. In addition, some of the nation’s most spectacular lakes, rivers and mountains are within driving distance.
The peaceful retreat atmosphere encourages participants to focus on course content as well as professional interaction. To complement its curriculum, the course offers several outstanding network-building opportunities. To see the list of trips and events available in this year’s session, please check the schedule.
The comfort of all participants is a major priority for us. Staff members are known for their attention to detail, ensuring that your stay is not only productive, but enjoyable.
Participants stay next to campus at the newly renovated Best Western University Inn. Each participant enjoys the comfort and convenience of a private room with amenities that include wireless internet service, cable television, in-room coffee, microwave, refrigerator, and access to same-day laundry service. In addition, course participants will have convenient access to the University of Idaho's Student Recreation Center, Latah and Chipman Palouse Trails, and the U of I Golf Course.