An Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) can severely disrupt the use of electronic devices in its path causing a significant amount of infrastructural damage. EMP can also cause breakdown of the surrounding atmosphere during lightning discharges. This makes modeling EMP phenomenon an important research area in many military and atmospheric physics applications. Our research work includes developing an electron swarm model to be integrated into Los Alamos National Laboratories multiphysics EMP code, CHAP-LA. The electron swarm model monitors the time evolution of low-energy, conduction electrons created by the ionizing radiation that characterizes EMP. CHAP-LA currently employs an equilibrium ohmic conduction electron model that leads to inaccurate EMP calculations at high altitudes. Implementing the swarm model in CHAP-LA allows us to overcome the limitations imposed by the ohmic model and gives us a state-of-the-art capability for high altitude EMP modeling. This capability allows us to simulate novel EMP scenarios, including EMP propagating upwards towards a satellite.