Certificate in Petroleum Engineering

Admission Requirements

1. Interest in learning about Petroleum Engineering Topics.

2. Adequate experience in the field of petroleum engineering.

Certificate Requirements

1. A total of sixteen (16) credit hours must be completed from the following courses in the PE undergraduate curriculum:

PTRE 201Introduction to Petroleum Engineering3
PTRE 301Reservoir Rock Properties3
PTRE 311Petroleum Fluid Properties3
PTRE 361Petroleum Engineering Laboratory I1
PTRE 401Well Logging3
PTRE 405Petroleum Eng. Economy and Law3
PTRE 411Drilling Engineering3
PTRE 421Production Engineering3
PTRE 431Reservoir Engineering3
PTRE 445Well Testing3
PTRE 451Advanced Drilling Engineering3
PTRE 461Natural Gas Engineering3
PTRE 462Petroleum Engineering Laboratory II1
PTRE 465Petroleum Geomechanics3
PTRE 471Numerical Reservoir Simulation3
PTRE 475Well Completions3
PTRE 484Research Design3
PTRE 485Senior Design3
PTRE 493Selected Topics in Petroleum Engineering1-4
GEOE 210Earth Dynamics Geophysics4

2. Courses must be passed with the following requirements below:

Courses shall only count as credit toward fulfilling the requirements listed above when a grade of S (for S/U) or C or higher has been awarded at the completion of the course.