FACULTY OF ENGINEERINGPETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING


Curriculum

The Department offers graduate programs in Drilling, Production, Reservoir, Natural Gas, Enhanced Oil Recovery and Geothermal Engineering. A candidate is expected to take at least one course from each of the three predetermined course-groups, namely, Mathematics; Thermodynamics/Physical Chemistry/Strength of Materials; and Transport Phenomena.

All students admitted to graduate programs are required to designate their supervisor and thesis topic by the end of their first semester.


M.S in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering


PETE 500 M.S. Thesis NC

PETE 580 Research Methods & Ethics

PETE 590 Seminar (0-2)NC

7 Elective Courses *


Total Minimum Credit: 21

No of Courses with Credit (min): 7


* at least 2 of which are PETE courses

* 2 of which should be taken from other departments (PETE 556 & PETE 557 included)


Ph. D. in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering


PETE 580 Research Methods & Ethics*

PETE 600 Ph.D. Thesis NC

PETE 690 Graduate Seminar

7 Elective Courses**


Total Minimmum Credit: 21

No of Courses with Credit: 7


* PETE 580 is a must course if the course were not taken during M.S.

** at least 2 of which are PETE courses

** 3 of which should be taken from other departments (PETE 556 & PETE 557 included)