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Academics

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What You'll Learn

MSM What You'll Learn

The Master of Science in Energy Management provides students with broad exposure to the skills required to excel in ca career in energy, with options to pursue electives in finance, law, policy, land management, electricity generation, oil and gas assets, supply chain management, and current topics. 

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Industry Events

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Texas is a leader in the business of energy and the proximity to energy policy makers, innovators, and entrepreneurs is an important benefit of the MSEM.

McCombs partners with the other energy groups on campus to host a variety of industry events, including UT Energy Week, the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Center for Energy, Law and Business Annual Symposium, and the Energy@McCombs Energy Conference where students gain access to industry experts.

Texas Opportunities

Austin Opportunities

Texas is a leader in the business of energy and the proximity to energy policy makers, innovators and entrepreneurs is an important benefit of the MSEM.

  • If Texas were its own country it would produce the 4th most wind of any country in the world.
  • The Permian Basin region near Midland, TX has more oil reserves than Saudi Arabia and Texas accounts for 40% of US oil production and 30% of US gas production.
  • Austin is the seat of state government in Texas, as well as the home to the Texas Rail Road Commission that regulates oil and gas production and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).

The Texas MSEM gives you the chance to soak up all the incredible cuisine, music and outdoor living Austin, Texas is known for, but some of our program's most exciting perks are the local networking opportunities. In particular Austin is an entrepreneurial hub and home to many energy startups.

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MS Bridge Program

The MS Energy Management Bridge Program offers students to complete their undergraduate degree and pursue a Master of Science in Energy Management (MSEM) degree. Admission to the program is competitive, but includes a number of benefits, including:

  • Open to all undergraduate majors
  • Dual enrollment in undergraduate degree and master's degree
  • Take MSEM summer courses after the summer of your junior year 

More information on the MSEM Bridge Program coming soon! Applications for Bridge open every spring semester.