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What is a Petroleum Engineer?
Petroleum engineers design and develop methods for producing oil and gas from geologic formations deep below the Earth's surface.  Petroleum engineers also find new ways to safely produce oil and natural gas from older wells that have been producing for decades.
The Master’s Program curriculum has been developed in collaboration with UEM professors, Anadarko experts, and U.S. professors from leading petroleum engineering programs ( Colorado School of Mines Pennsylvania State, University Texas A&M University Texas Tech, University of Houston University of Tulsa ).


Petroleum Engineering Curriculum



Program Overview
Core Program courses

The Core program is a prerequisite to the Graduate Program. Is a one-year intoductory program that presents foundational Petroleum Engineering concepts to students prior to the start of the more rigorous Master’s Program. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion.  Core courses include:


Master's Program courses

Upon completion of the Core Program, students may apply for enrollment in the Master's Program. Eight distinct courses in Petroleum Engineering:

Consists of original research on a topic choosen by students and their advisors. Topics are focused on their value to Mozambique exploration, drilling, production, facilities, and oil and natural gas industry infrastructure.

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