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GEM Webcast Series: The GEM Student Experience

Graduate school is a big decision. Selecting the right program that fits with your professional goals, current job demands and personal priorities is the key to success. The GEM Program has been designed specifically for career-driven, energy professionals who are juggling multiple responsibilities.

Our student-focused staff is dedicated to helping you integrate graduate school into your hectic life and our hybrid-online curriculum delivery allows you to earn a high quality graduate business school while working full-time.

On Wednesday, May 18 at noon MDT the GEM Program is hosting a webcast for prospective students that provides an in-depth view of the GEM student experience. The webcast will walk you through what it is like to be a student, from enrollment to graduation.

Webcast attendees will receive a better understanding of:

  • The benefits students receive from the in-person teaching during cohort weekends
  • The truly interactive and integrated nature of the online portion of class
  • The one-on-one access to energy executives from all sectors through our Executive in Residence program
  • The career coaching and resources students receive for FREE
  • The social activities, energy site tours, travel courses (London & D.C) and other events the GEM program

Wednesday, May 18, 2016
12:00 – 1:00 pm MDT

Can’t attend? Email GEM Graduate Advisor, Michele Motley at, to request a link to the webcast recording.


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


Courses available in April 2016:

Morning Courses
GEMM 6500 - Managerial Accounting in Global Energy Markets
GEMM 6600 - Financial Management in the Global Energy Market
GEMM 6620 - Energy Asset and Production Management

Afternoon Courses
GEMM 6200 - Environmental, Regulatory, Legal & Political Environment in the Energy Industry
GEMM 6410 - Strategic Human Capital Management in the Global Energy Environment
GEMM 6450 - Strategic Management for the Energy Industry



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