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MSC Petroleum and Environmental Process Engineering

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  • Objectives
    This one-year course is designed for those interested in entering, or currently working in, the international oil and gas industries. It gives the opportunity to develop vital expertise, skills and knowledge across the fields of process engineering and environmental protection that are key to these industries. This Master of Research programme combines a year-long guided research project with related taught modules. The taught modules assist the research project and will broaden your knowledge and expertise in the key areas of process, treatment and production methods employed within the petroleum industry.
  • Entry requirements
    The course is thus particularly suited to those keen to undertake an extensive piece of research, gaining good research skills and vital experience, whilst at the same time attending a range of taught modules that will enhance your knowledge of advanced techniques.
  • Academic Title
    MSc Petroleum and Environmental Process Engineering
  • Course description
    Petroleum and Environmental Process Engineering (MSc (by research))
    Duration: 1 year full-time

    Course Content
    The MRes in Petroleum and Environmental Process Engineering combines key research training with taught modules related to the subject area. In addition, it offers you the opportunity to complete a dissertation / research project on a subject of your choice – this is an extensive piece of independent research completed under the guidance of a suitable supervisor.

    Many of the projects undertaken on this course attract industrial sponsorship and reflect the requirements of industry.

    Course Structure
    The MRes in Petroleum and Environmental Process Engineering is taken on a full-time basis over one year, commencing in October.

    You will need to complete a total of 180 credits to pass the course – 120 credits’ worth of taught modules and a 60-credit dissertation.

    The course utilises an integrated educational approach in which lectures, example classes, laboratories and information technology form key elements.

    Key facts

    This course is supported by The Centre for the Environment (CfE), which provides a focus to develop inter-disciplinary approaches to environmental teaching and research within the University.
    The School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering offers world-class research and training specifically aimed at understanding how to meet the world’s constantly growing demand for energy, water and raw materials, whilst simultaneously protecting the environment.
    By offering a unique combination of engineering skills, the School is able to provide a strong and dynamic research environment, as well as close links between research and teaching.
    The School’s global range of collaborators and contacts ensures direct applicability for our research and maximum employability for our graduates at all levels.
    All the School’s courses have been rated 'excellent' in teaching quality by outside assessment.

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