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Graduate Students

DUAL MBA/MS in Petroleum Engineering


The Fall 2020 semester graduate application deadline has been extended to June 1, 2020.


Deadlines to Apply: 

Fall Admission: February 1  |  Spring AdmissionSeptember 15  |  Apply!


Graduate students with a BS in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited program may pursue a Dual Degree Program - MBA/MS degree in Petroleum Engineering at UW using one of these two options.

The requirements for each option are as follows:

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Plan A: Thesis Research Option for Dual Degree Program - MBA/MS in Petroleum Engineering for Students with a BS in Chemical and Mechanical Engineering

ITEMS

COURSE DESCRIPTION

CREDITS

Core Courses

At least four courses from the following:

PETE 5010 - Transport Phenomena
PETA 5020 - Thermodynamics
PETE 5060 - Flow through Porous Media
PETE 5080 - Interfacial Phenomena
PETE 5310 - Fundamentals of Enhanced Oil Recovery
PETE 5350 - Advanced Reservoir Engineering

12

Required Course

PETE 5355 - Mathematical Methods

3

Required Undergraduate Courses

At least three undergraduate courses from the following:

PETE 3200 - Reservoir Engineering
PETE 3715 - Production Engineering
PETE 3255 - Basic Drilling Engineering

9

Seminar

PETE 5890 - Graduate Seminar

2

Electives

Approved elective: GEOL 4190

MBA graduate-approved elective courses as follows:
MBAM 5XXX, MBAM 5301 and MBAM 5305

3


9

Thesis

PETE 5960 - Thesis Research

4

TOTAL

42

 

Plan B: Course Work Option for Dual Degree Program - MBA/MS in Petroleum Engineering for Students with a BS in Chemical and Mechanical Engineering

ITEMS

COURSE DESCRIPTION

CREDITS

Core Courses

At least four courses from the following:

PETE 5010 - Transport Phenomena
PETA 5020 - Thermodynamics
PETE 5060 - Flow through Porous Media
PETE 5080 - Interfacial Phenomena
PETE 5310 - Fundamentals of Enhanced Oil Recovery
PETE 5350 - Advanced Reservoir Engineering

12

Required Course

PETE 5355 - Mathematical Methods

3

Required Undergraduate Courses

At least three undergraduate courses from the following:

PETE 3200 - Reservoir Engineering
PETE 3715 - Production Engineering
PETE 3255 - Basic Drilling Engineering

9

Seminar

PETE 5890 - Graduate Seminar

2

Electives

Approved elective: GEOL 4190

MBA graduate-approved elective courses as follows:
MBAM 5XXX, MBAM 5301 and MBAM 5305

3


9

Creative Component

PETE 5970 - Design Report

3

TOTAL

40

Contact Us

Graduate Admissions Coordinator – Michele Foist

Engineering Room 4015

Email: pete-info@uwyo.edu

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