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DUAL MBA/MS IN PETROLEUM ENGINEERING


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Graduate students with a BS in Petroleum 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.

Check this page for more information about the dual degree option and the MBA course requirements.

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 Petroleum Engineering

ITEMS

COURSE DESCRIPTION

CREDITS

Core Courses

At least three 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

9

Required Course

PETE 5355 - Mathematical Methods

3

Seminar

PETE 5890 - Graduate Seminar

2

Electives

Graduate-approved elective course (PETE or other), selected by the student with approval of the student's advisor

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

3

9

Thesis

PETE 5960 - Thesis Research

4

TOTAL

30

 

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

ITEMS

COURSE DESCRIPTION

CREDITS

Core Courses

At least three 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

9

Required Course

PETE 5355 - Mathematical Methods

3

Seminar

PETE 5890 - Graduate Seminar

2

Electives

Graduate-approved elective course (PETE or other), selected by the student with approval of the student's advisor

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

5

9

Thesis

PETE 5970 - Research Report

2

TOTAL

30

Contact Us

Graduate Admissions Coordinator – Michele Foist

Engineering Room 4015

Email: pete-info@uwyo.edu

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