About the Program
Highlights of the TU Energy Management Program
- The TU EM program is one of only six EM programs approved by the American Association of Professional Landmen and the only EM program offered by a private university.
- Our unique interdisciplinary curriculum incorporates required energy-related courses from TU's Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business, Engineering & Natural Sciences, and Law.
- TU EM students are eligible for semester and summer energy-related internships.
- TU EM students have the opportunity to participate in an exclusive energy focused Student Exchange program, including an internship, through Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland.
- The TU EM Program limits admission to no more than 30 new students per academic year. (Click here to download an application form.)
- The TU EM program receives strong support from the energy industry in the form of scholarships, internships, adjunct professors, and professional mentors.
- EM students choose a nine-hour concentration in either the midstream (energy commodities trading) or Upstream (exploration & production) areas. (Note: a Midstream concentration automatically earns a minor in Finance.)
- An Energy Management Advisory Board, comprised of industry representatives, meets semi-annually to ensure that the curriculum and program are in step with the current needs of the energy industry.