The Student Association of Professional Landmen works to promote the Professional Land and Resource Management profession. The Student Association of Professional Landmen works closely with the Lafayette Association of Professional Landmen. Active members of the student association must be a professional land and resource management major. A non-major may be an associate member.
There is always brilliance in being exceptional. As part of the highly decorated Business Department here at UL, the Professional Land and Resource Management (PLRM) degree holds the distinction of being one of the very few in North America. Resources abound in the United States and UL Lafayette’s program offers extraordinary education and training in how to manage, acquire, and negotiate resource. In tandem with the in-class education each student receives, thePLRM program also offers the unprecedented experience of managing its own oil lease. As a result, graduating students can already include “experienced landman” on their resume.
Students who graduate from the B.I. Moody, III College of Business’ PLRM program are products of a carefully planned curriculum designed to afford students diverse opportunity in Louisiana’s flagship land and resource industry.