Program Mission:

The mission of the Graduate Petroleum Engineering Program is to provide the industry with a workforce equipped with technical skills and research capabilities with the understanding of business, management practices, safety and environment, and ethical work habits

 Program Requirements 

A B.Sc. degree in petroleum engineering or closely related field with an overall
grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.75 or its equivalent, and 3.0 or its equivalent in
the major.

 Program Objectives 

Perform an independent petroleum engineering research work that meets the current industry standards and needs

Provide the students with the optimum design experiences required for graduates to join the industry of petroleum engineering and continue life-long professional development.

Graduate Courses

Independent Study

Selected Advanced Topics in Petroleum Engineering

Selected Topics in Fundamentals of Petroleum Engineering


Applied Techniques in Unconventional Reservoirs

Cased-hole logging

Advanced formation evaluation

Advanced Reservoir Simulation

Compositional Simulation

Reservoir Management

Enhanced Oil Recovery

Advanced Well Testing

Applied PVT and EOS Modelling

Petroleum Assets Evaluation

Advanced Production Engineering

Well Control

Advanced Drilling

Engineering Statistics

Engineering for a Sustainable Environment

Experimental Methods in Engineering

Computational Methods in Engineering