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Chemical and Petroleum Engineering|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Master of Science

 

Minimum Requirements:          GPA: 3.0          GRE: 305 (or 1150)          Deadline: Feb. 1          Apply!

Additional requirements for international students:          TOEFL: 80          IELTS: 6.5

  

Master of Science Programs:

Master's of Science degree from the University of Wyoming's Chemical and Petroleum Engineering department

  1. MS in Chemical Engineering
  2. MS in Petroleum Engineering
  3. MS in Environmental Engineering (interdisciplinary program)
  4. Dual Degrees: MS in Chemical or Petroleum Engineering and Master of Business Administration

 

The mission of the graduate program in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering is to prepare students to be leaders in industry, government, or academia.  The field of engineering is continuously evolving and alumni with the advanced education and research skills associated with obtaining graduate degrees have the flexibility, breadth, and depth to become leaders as the problems of tomorrow arise. 

All students in the MS program will learn the techniques required of individuals interested in pursuing further education and careers in academic, as well as entering the work force in industrial settings.

A M.S. degree is not required to enter a Ph.D. program.

 

Program Requirements

A Plan A program involves developing, implementing and defending a research project and formal thesis, in addition to coursework.  A Plan B program involves coursework and writing a final paper submitted to the student's advisor.

  • Plan A students: 26 course credit hours, 4 research hours, thesis and defense
  • Plan B students: 30 course credit hours, final paper
  • Publication of thesis

 

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