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The Energy Management Program is open to students from across campus with a preferred GPA of 3.0.  The Summer 2018 Cohort will run from June 7th-August 20th, with orientation on June 6th.

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Our fall application period has closed, however, if you would like to apply we may consider applications on a rolling basis.  The formal application periods are September 15- November 1, 2017 and January 29- March 15, 2018. Application decisions will be sent no later than November 15th and April 1st, respectively.

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Course Registration

If your application is accepted and you are admitted to the EMP, you will be given access to register for the core courses during the summer registration period outlined by the University registration schedule.

Course substitutions are not allowed with the exception of GEO 416M in place of GEO 316P for Geology students. 

With the exception of the GEO 303 (or equivalent), all courses must be completed at UT Austin. Additionally, all courses must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a C- or better to be eligible for certification.

Tuition and Scholarships

Tuition varies from college to college. Please visit your college's registrar page for more detailed information on tuition.

The Energy Management Program currently has 5 scholarships available for distribution; they range in value from $1,000-$6,000 per year. While requirements vary, you MUST be an EMP student to be awarded an EMP scholarship. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, please contact Brooks Hanna.


The Texas Energy Management Student Association (TEMSA) is the student-led branch of the McCombs Energy Management Program. Monthly meetings include industry speakers, networking opportunities, workshops, and community service. We seek to not only provide support through the job-search process, but also foster strong student relationships for post-graduation career success.

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