Department of Petroleum Engineering
Diploma of Petroleum Engineering (0-2)
Petroleum Engineering Diploma students learn to tackle the oil sector with professional skills on how to effectively operate different Petroleum Engineering systems. Students must complete 60 credit hours (CH) to acquire the Diploma of Petroleum Engineering.
- Secure successful careers in the field of Petroleum Engineering and have leadership roles in industry/organizations.
- Pursue competently higher education or entrepreneurship.
- Engage in continuous professional development activities to cope with emerging technologies and community needs.
- Communicate effectively individually or in diverse groups to address and solve engineering problems.
- Design, troubleshoot and operate effectively different Petroleum Engineering systems.
- Conceive, design, implement and operate proficiently Petroleum Engineering projects and solutions.
- Demonstrate high level of professionalism, commitment to ethical and social responsibility, and desire for life-long learning.
Career Pathways of Diploma of Petroleum Engineering (0-2)
Bachelor of Technology in Petroleum Engineering (2+2)
The Engineering Technology program prepares students for careers as Engineer Technologist or Technician. The main focus is on ensuring that students comprehend the technology that underpins functional devices, as well as teaching them how to change and improve such technologies. It also prepares students for the workplace. The students must complete 60 credit hours (CH) in the first two years to acquire the Diploma of Petroleum Engineering. Upon completion of the Diploma program the students may continue and receive the Bachelor of Technology in Petroleum Engineering if they complete complementary 62 CH during additional two years of study. In other words, a Bachelor of Technology in Petroleum Engineering graduate completes 122 CH in total.
- Apply mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and standard hardware/software tools to solve well-defined problems.
- Conduct tests and experiments in the practice area and analyze and interpret data.
- Provide support in performing tasks and procedures and assist in designing engineering systems and components.
- Understand and apply relevant standards and codes of practice with an emphasis on health and safety aspects in the workplace.
- Recognize the impact of engineering practice in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
- Apply common communication techniques in well-defined technical and non-technical engineering environments and select appropriate technical literature.
- Function effectively as individuals and in diverse teams and use a foreign language if applicable.
Career Pathways of Bachelor of Technology in Petroleum Engineering (2+2)