Minors

Minor in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering

Mission

A minor in petroleum and natural gas engineering is accessible to undergraduate majors in various fields of engineering. The mission of the petroleum and natural gas engineering minor is to enhance the academic credentials of an engineering student in the field of exploration, development and production of oil and gas.

Program Educational Objectives

The petroleum engineering minor will:
1. Provide an opportunity for students to enter careers in areas of national need such as the petroleum industry.
2. Prepare students for eventual postgraduate studies in petroleum engineering.

Program Outcomes

a. Students will acquire essential knowledge in petroleum and natural gas extraction, particularly in processes as they relate to drilling, characterization and production.
b. Students will be introduced to petroleum engineering tools for analysis and computation.

Minor Requirements

GCH541     -Introduction to Petroleum Engineering     2
GCH543     Drilling Engineering     3
GCH552     Reservoir Characterization     3
GCH579     Analysis of Petroleum Products Lab     1
GCV410     Geology and Geophysics     3
GMC430     Fluid Mechanics     3
Total           15
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