In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.
The Masters in Petroleum Engineering is based on twelve months duration. This degree program is meant to provide extensive knowledge to all the petroleum engineers and provide them with various career opportunities.
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Supported by the College of Petroleum Engineering, which has been leading the petroleum academy for the past six decades, our Petroleum Engineering Master Program in English enjoys an incomparable status. [+]
Supported by the College of Petroleum Engineering, which has been leading the petroleum academy for the past six decades, our Petroleum Engineering Master Program in English enjoys an incomparable status. Here over the three-year study life, students’ growth could be guaranteed by our first-class facilities, elite faculties and the traditional spirit of always pursuing excellence. The program aims to cultivate students’ professional knowledge, as well as practical abilities. Moreover, the characters of diligence, integrity, and preciseness academic attitude are also within the fostering goal. Having been the choice of an increasing number of professional talents, the Petroleum Engineering Master Program in English has been the focused attention of the college.... [-]
The Professional Master’s Degree is open to graduates who earned minimum of 3rd Class Honours in the first degree or HND at upper credit level in relevant fields with a Postgraduate Diploma. [+]
M.Sc and PhD Dgrees with the following specializations:Applied Geophysics Geology
Professional Master’s Degree with the following specializations:Master of Exploration Geophysics (MEG) Master of Hydro Geology (MHG) Master of Mineral Exploration (MME) Master of Petroleum Exploration (MPE) Master of Mining Geology (MMG) Admission Requirements:
M.Sc Applied Geophysics is open to graduates of Physics, Mathematics, Engineering, Geology and Land Surveying who earned minimum of 2nd Class Honours (Lower Division) in the first degree in the relevant fields. Candidates with their first degree in Geology, Engineering and Surveying are expected to have studies Mathematics or Physics and preferably both, up to 200-level. Candidates with their first degrees in Physics, Mathematics, Engineering, or Surveying would be expected to have taken some undergraduate courses in Geology, if not, on admission, they would take some recommended courses in Geology.... [-]
Petroleum engineering is the strand of engineering concerned with upstream operations of producing oil and gas from underground reserves. Reservoir engineering is a subdivision of Petroleum engineering that deals with modeling the reservoir fluid movement and maximizing oil and gas recovery. [+]
Petroleum engineering is the strand of engineering concerned with upstream operations of producing oil and gas from underground reserves. Reservoir engineering is a subdivision of Petroleum engineering that deals with modeling the reservoir fluid movement and maximizing oil and gas recovery. The main topics of study in reservoir engineering are phase behavior of fluids in a reservoir, reservoir rock properties, fluid flow in porous media, reservoir simulation, rock-fluid interactions, well testing, well performance, material balance, natural reservoir drive mechanisms, and various methods of improved and enhanced oil recovery.
The tasks of the reservoir engineer are centered on answering the following questions: How much oil and gas is originally in place? What are the drive mechanisms for the reservoir? What are the trapping mechanisms for the reservoir? What will be the recovery factor for the reservoir by primary depletion? What will be the future production rates from the reservoir? How can the recovery be increased economically?... [-]