CPG

The objective of Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) program is to prepare professionals and empower them with the knowledge and skills necessary to take leadership roles in the development of the oil and gas resources of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The program is an opportunity for the practicing petroleum engineers to develop professionally and to earn higher degrees without relinquishing their jobs. The program consists of 33 credit hours, out of which 30 CRs are courses and 3 CRs project. The expected completion of the program is 6-academic semesters. Admitted students without PETE background should take the following courses as deficiency courses:

  • PETE 532: Well Performance
  • PETE 529: Formation Evaluation

Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the first month of the second semester of enrollment. Students are required to adhere to the regulations of the degree plan. No exceptions will be made for any student, and courses taken to substitute any of the required courses will not be counted towards the degree program of the student.
The M.Eng. program is available only to P-T degree-seeking students.

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Total Credit Hours: 33
First Year
PETE 520Advanced Petrophysics303PETE 548Advanced Reservoir Engineering333
PETE 560Mathematical Methods in Petroleum Engineering303PETE 599Seminar100
PETE 5xxPETE Elective I333
606766
Second Year
PETE 5xxPETE Elective II303PETE 5xxPETE Elective IV303
PETE 5xxPETE Elective III303XXX 5xxTechnical Elective I303
606606
Third Year
PETE 600Professional Engineering Project003XXX 5xxTechnical Elective II303
XXX 5xxNon-Technical Elective *303
306303

*Must be chosen from CIM or EM major (Business Oriented Course)

Notes:

  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies by the middle of the second semester from enrollment.
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of the degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student and the courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree.
  • Up to two senior undergraduate 400-level PETE or Engineering courses may be taken in place of the two elective courses when approved in the degree plan.
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above but the students must take the core courses before the electives

The objective of Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) program is to prepare professionals and empower them with the knowledge and skills necessary to take leadership roles in the development of the oil and gas resources of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The program is an opportunity for the practicing petroleum engineers to develop professionally and to earn higher degrees without relinquishing their jobs. The program consists of 33 credit hours, out of which 30 CRs are courses and 3 CRs project. The expected completion of the program is 6-academic semesters. Admitted students without PETE background should take the following courses as deficiency courses:

  • PETE 532: Well Performance
  • PETE 529: Formation Evaluation

Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the first month of the second semester of enrollment. Students are required to adhere to the regulations of the degree plan. No exceptions will be made for any student, and courses taken to substitute any of the required courses will not be counted towards the degree program of the student.
The M.Eng. program is available only to P-T degree-seeking students.

COURSETITLELTLBCRCOURSETITLELTLBCR
Total Credit Hours: 33
First Year
PETE 520Advanced Petrophysics303PETE 548Advanced Reservoir Engineering333
PETE 560Mathematical Methods in Petroleum Engineering303PETE 599Seminar100
PETE 5xxPETE Elective I333
606766
Second Year
PETE 5xxPETE Elective II303PETE 5xxPETE Elective IV303
PETE 5xxPETE Elective III303XXX 5xxTechnical Elective I303
606606
Third Year
PETE 600Professional Engineering Project003XXX 5xxTechnical Elective II303
XXX 5xxNon-Technical Elective *303
306303

*Must be chosen from CIM or EM major (Business Oriented Course)

Notes:

  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies by the middle of the second semester from enrollment.
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of the degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student and the courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree.
  • Up to two senior undergraduate 400-level PETE or Engineering courses may be taken in place of the two elective courses when approved in the degree plan.
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above but the students must take the core courses before the electives
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