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Undergraduate Energy Programming

Energy Careers

Some of the most recognizable companies in the energy industry hire EMP students.

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The Texas Energy Management Student Association (TEMSA) provides EMP students with support through the job-search process and helps foster strong relationships for post-graduation career success. 

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EMP Alumni and industry professionals can learn about upcoming events and connect with students and other professionals interested in the energy field. 

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Industry Night

The Energy Management Program hosts an Industry Networking Reception each fall. On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 the Energy Management Program hosted various companies for an evening of networking with our EMP students and staff. This years participants included Peregrine Petroleum, ConocoPhillips, DrillingInfo (Enverus), Brigham Minerals, RunTitle,  and Quorum Software.

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Who We Are

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The University of Texas Energy Management Program (EMP) is an AAPL (American Association of Professional Landmen) accredited undergraduate program. The program combines traditional academic coursework with practical knowledge and experiences to provide insight into one of the world’s most vital and volatile industries.

The EMP leverages expertise across the McCombs, Jackson, Cockrell, LBJ and Law schools by offering course work in business, geoscience, petroleum operations, and law. In addition to interdisciplinary course work, students are given multiple experiential learning opportunities and a chance to network with industry professionals from domestic and global companies.

The Energy Management (EM) Minor is designed to develop decision makers, leaders, and policy builders who have the technical expertise and business acumen to participate in the interdisciplinary teams that will be required to address our energy future. 

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Hire students with training specific to the energy industry.

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Info Sessions

Info sessions are open to ALL UT Undergraduate Majors.
For more information about upcoming info sessions, please contact John Butler.

Industry Night

The Energy Management Program hosts an Industry Networking Reception each fall. On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 the Energy Management Program hosted a virtual networking reception with various companies in the industry. This year's participants included Brigham Minerals, Chevron, EAG 1Source, OnPeak Power, Opportune, Phillips 66, Shell, Vega Energy Management.  

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