Dual Degree: Petroleum Engineering, M.S./Engineering Management, M.S.
The Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering in conjunction with the department of Petroleum Engineering offers a program leading to Master’s degrees in both Petroleum Engineering and Engineering Management. The program is designed for engineers whose career objectives lead to increasing technical management responsibilities in the field of Petroleum Engineering.
A variety of career opportunities exist, but primarily in the areas of Green Technology, Oil Industry, Transportation, Mining, Storage, Drilling, and Consulting Firms.
Courses of Interest
ISE 500 | Engineering Management Decisions and Statistics
ISE 514 | Advanced Production Planning and Scheduling
ISE 515 | Engineering Project Management
ISE 544 | Management of Engineering Teams
ISE 561 | Economic Analysis of Engineering Projects
ISE 566 | Financial Accounting Analysis for Engineering
PTE 507 | Engineering and Economic Evaluation of Subsurface Reservoirs
PTE 508 | Numerical Simulation of Subsurface Flow and Transport Processes
PTE 517 | Testing of Wells and Aquifers
PTE 531 | Enhanced Oil Recovery
PTE 555 | Well Completion, Stimulation, and Damage Control
PTE 582 | Fluid Flow and Transport Processes in Porous Media
PTE Elective Courses
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|Iraj Ershaghi, PhD||Geza Bottlik, PhD|