GEM Program Fall Preview Day
Friday, October 7, 2016
The GEM Program attracts discerning, career-minded energy professionals from around the world who understand how pivotal the choice of a graduate business program is to both their present and future goals. This October, GEM is hosting a Fall Preview Day for prospective students to experience all the program has to offer. Once you participate in GEM classes, meet our students and faculty, as well as network with our alumni you will see why leading energy professionals enroll in GEM’s Master of Science degree program.
The Fall Preview Day, like the GEM Program, is designed with the working professional in mind. Attendees can register for individual events based on their interests and availability. There is also the option of observing class throughout the cohort weekend (Saturday and Sunday). The cost of all events are free to prospective students; GEM is not responsible for hotel/travel costs. Discounted hotel room rates are available at a first come, first serve basis.
Why attend this event:
- Meet current students – discuss student life and why they enrolled
- Observe class – experience GEM’s energy-focused, real-world curriculum
- Speak with faculty – discuss how they integrate extensive experience into student’s learning
- Network with alumni – hear how GEM has helped to advance their career
Fall Preview Day Schedule of Events
6:30 -7:00 am Registration and breakfast with current GEM students
7:00 – 11:45 am Morning class observation
11:45 – 1:15 pm Faculty and Alumni Lunch at Ocean Prime
1:15 pm – 6:00 pm Afternoon class observation
About the Faculty and Alumni Lunch
Sit across the table from GEM faculty and alumni to have a direct and intimate conversation about the program and why you should enroll. This lunch provides the opportunity to hear directly from those closest to the program. GEM administration will also be in attendance to answer your questions about the admission process.
Observe a GEM Course
We welcome prospective students to observe a GEM class to meet current students and faculty as well as gain first-hand experience of the quality education the program provides. GEM students travel to Denver once every three months (January, April, July and October) to begin a new quarter and participate in the in-person session of the quarter.
Prospective students can observe one course or all six. If you are interested in observing GEM courses, please contact Nate Holt at 303-315-8069 or email@example.com.
Courses available in April 2016:
GEMM 6500 – Managerial Accounting in Global Energy Marketing
GEMM 6600 – Introduction to Financial Management in the Global Energy Market
GEMM 6430 – Organizational Behavior in the Energy Industry
GEMM 6200 – Interacting with Governments and State Enterprises
GEMM 6410 – Strategic Human Capital Management in the Global Energy Environment
GEMM 6450 – Strategic Management for the Energy Industry