Master of Science Degree Program in Petroleum and Gas
Graduate studies in Petroleum Engineering prepares the engineer to assume responsibility within the oil and gas industry. The graduate petroleum engineer can expect to be challenged quickly and in areas of strong potential for personal and professional growth. Candidates with superior skills and the desire to progress within the industry can expect to be successful. The School of Engineering and Applied Science prepare students at the advanced level and with the technical skills required to meet those challenges.
The Master's program requires 39 graduate credits, including 6 credits for the research-oriented thesis.
- Communication Skills
- Computer Skills
Petroleum Engineering Prerequisites
- Physics of Oil and Gas Reservoirs
- Drilling Engineering
- Petroleum Reservoir Engineering
- Petroleum Production Engineering
- PETE 501 Enhanced Oil Recovery
- PETE 506 Non-Newtonian Systems Application in Petroleum Production
- PETE 510 Offshore Reservoir Engineering
- PETE 517 Design of Development of Oil and Gas Fields
- MGT 850 Operations Management
- PETE 600 Thesis
- Six graduate elective courses on Major
Note: The School may also offer alternative courses to those listed above.
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