Due to the COVID pandemic, applicants for Fall 2023 will not be required to take or submit scores for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). This requirement has been waived for Fall 2023. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score report demonstrating an adequate knowledge of English is still required for international applicants at this time.
The Energy and Earth Resources Graduate Program has been providing the opportunity for students to pursue interdisciplinary studies in areas of geosciences, engineering, management, finance, economics, law and policy since 1981. The program is included on the Department of Homeland Security’s STEM-designated degree program list which includes all STEM fields qualifying an F-1 student for a STEM OPT extension. Private sector and government organizations face a growing need for professionals that can plan, evaluate, and manage complex resource projects, commonly international in scope, which often include partners with interdisciplinary professional backgrounds. This program is well suited for those looking towards 21st century careers in energy, mineral, water, and environmental resources.
The Jackson School of Geosciences (JSG) at The University of Texas at Austin invites aspiring graduate students from all STEM majors and all backgrounds to submit an application to attend the JSG Gateway to Graduate Studies in Science (G2S2), November 13-14, 2023. This event (formerly called EDGE in JSG and SURE in CNS) is in-person in Austin, Texas.Read More
EER alumni can indeed be found across the globe— Brazil, China, Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Mexico, England, Switzerland, Japan, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Australia—working in multinational petroleum companies, consulting firms, mining and exploration firms, research institutes, utilities, environmental groups, and in all levels of government agencies.Read More