Professional Development Opportunities in Energy Management

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Written by Dan Sibley

The program provides professional development opportunities through the student-run clubs, the Energy Association and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, and through a mentor program.

What professional development opportunities are available to MS in EM students?

The program provides professional development opportunities through the student-run clubs, the Energy Association and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, and through a mentor program, established in collaboration with Young Professionals in Energy (YPE).

The Energy Association

The Energy Association leads an industry seminar series and hosts networking events to help connect energy management students with industry professionals.

Mentoring Program

Within the mentoring program, students are matched with professionals in the local energy industry during the fall semester and attend a series of breakfasts, lunch-and-learns and other events with their mentors to gain more insight into the industry and begin establishing a network of professional contacts.

Other Opportunities

Additional opportunities, including student placement in jobs and internships, are facilitated by the program’s Industry Advisory Council and JSOM’s vast network of alumni employed by the energy industry.

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Build the skills to do rigorous analysis of financial information through various courses in managerial economics and financial analysis. These skills are in high demand across the corporate world and prized in government and not-for-profit sectors.

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Develop strong research skills that are especially relevant for students interested in an academic career. Research seminars are held weekly, and each year the finance area sponsors a speaker series to bring researchers from other universities to UT Dallas.

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