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PETROLEUM ENGINEERING CURRICULUM

TAMU Catalog 137 (201431, 2014-2015)

First Semester
ENGL 104 Composition and Rhetoric
ENGR 111 Foundations in Engineering I
MATH 151 Engineering Mathematics I2
PHYS 218 Mechanics
University Core Curriculum elective1

FRESHMAN YEAR
(Th-Pr) Cr
Second Semester
(3-0) 3
CHEM 107 Gen. Chem. for Eng. Stu.3
(1-3) 2
CHEM 117 Gen. Chem. for Eng. Stu. Lab
(3-2) 4
ENGR 112 Foundations in Engineering II
(3-3) 4
MATH 152 Engineering Mathematics
3
PHYS 208 Electricity
II. and Optics
University Core Curriculum elective1
16

COMM
GEOL
MATH
MEEN
PETE

SOPHOMORE YEAR
CVEN 305 Mechanics of Materials
(3-0) 3
(3-3) 4
MATH 308 Differential Equations
(3-0) 3
MEEN 315 Prin. of Thermodynamics
(3-0) 3
PETE 311 Reservoir Petrophysics
(2-3) 3
University Core Curriculum elective1
16

GEOL
PETE
PETE
PETE
PETE
PETE

205
104
251
221
225

Comm. for Tech. Professions


Physical Geology
Engineering Mathematics III
Statics and Particle Dynamics
Intro. to Drilling Systems

404
301
310
314
335
353

JUNIOR YEAR
PETE
Geology of Petroleum
(2-3) 3
Petr. Engr. Numerical Methods
(2-3) 3
PETE
Reservoir Fluids
(3-3) 4
PETE
PETE
Trans. Processes in Petr. Production (3-0) 3
Technical Presentations I2
(1-0) 1
PETE
Petroleum Project Evaluation
(3-0) 3
17

321
323
324
325
355

Formation Evaluation
Fund. of Reservoir Engineering
Well Testing
Petroleum Productions Systems
Drilling Engineering

(Th-Pr) Cr
(3-0) 3
(0-3) 1
(1-3) 2
(3-2) 4
(3-3) 4
3
17

(3-0)
(3-0)
(3-0)
(3-3)

3
3
3
4
3
16

(3-3)
(3-0)
(3-0)
(2-3)
(3-0)

4
3
3
3
3
16

SUMMER
PETE 300 Summer Practice

PETE 401 Reservoir Simulation


PETE 404 Integrated Reservoir Modeling
PETE 410 Production Engineering
PETE 435 Technical Presentations II2
University Core Curriculum elective1
University Core Curriculum elective1

NOTES: 1.

2.
3.

SENIOR YEAR
ENGR 482 Ethics and Engineering
(1-3) 2
(2-2) 3
(3-0) 3
PETE 402 Integrated Asset Development
(1-6) 3
3
(3-0) 3
Technical elective
3
(1-0) 1
Technical elective3
3
3
University Core Curriculum elective1
3
3
15
15
Total hours 128

To be selected from the University Core Curriculum. (See page 17). Of the 18 hours shown as University Core Curriculum electives, 3 must be
from creative arts, 3 from social and behavioral sciences, 6 from American history, and 6 from government/political sciences. The required 6 hours
from international and cultural diversity may be met by courses satisfying the creative arts, social and behavioral sciences, and American history
requirements if they are also on the approved list of international and cultural diversity courses.
Independent study of a petroleum engineering problem, the solution of which will be documented by an oral presentation at the departmental
student paper contest held during the same academic year.
As approved by the department head, see engineering.tamu.edu/petroleum for a list of approved courses.

The following certificates from the Dwight Look College of Engineering are available for students pursuing this degree: Business Management, Engineering
Systems Management, Energy Engineering, Engineering Project Management, Engineering Honors, International Engineering, Polymer Specialty and Safety
Engineering (see descriptions beginning on page 337).

Petroleum Engineering Curriculum - Catalog 137 (201431, 2014-2015)


The following is a list of 3-hour international and Cultural Diversity electives (6 credit hours required) that
also meet the University Core Curriculum requirements for American History (6 credit hours required),
Creative Arts (3 credit hours required), or Social and Behavioral Science (3 credit hours required).
See http://core.tamu.edu for full list of American History, Creative Arts, or Social and Behavioral Science courses including those that do not also provide ICD credit.

Foundational Component
Area and Core Objectives
American History
American History
American History
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Creative Arts
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences

Course

Title

AFST 301
HIST 258
HIST 301
AFST 327
ANTH 324
ARCH 249
ARCH 250
ARCH 350
ARTS 150
CARC 311
DCED 202
ENDS 101
ENGL 251
FILM 251
FILM 425
FREN 425
HISP 205
MUSC 221
MUSC 222
MUSC 226
MUSC 301
MUSC 324
MUSC 327
MUSC 328
MUSC 386
PERF 301
PERF 327
THAR 101
THAR 201
THAR 301
THAR 328
THAR 386
ALEC 450
ANTH 201
ARCH 212
ARCH 458
COMM 335
COMM 365
EPSY 320
GEOG 201
HLTH 236
INST 210
INST 222
JOUR 365
SOCI 205
SOCI 206
SOCI 207
SOCI 212
SOCI 217
SOCI 312
SOCI 313
SOCI 314
SOCI 327
SPMT 336
SPMT 337
WGST 207

Blacks in the US since 1877


American Indian History
Blacks in the US since 1877
Popular Musics in the African Diaspora
Music in World Cultures
Survey of World Architecture History 1
Survey of World Architecture History II
History and Theory of Modern & Contemporary Architecture
Art History Survey II
Field Studies in Design Communication
Dance Appreciation
Design Process
Introduction to Film Analysis
Introduction to Film Analysis
French Film
French Film
Don Quixote and the other Arts
Guitar Heroes
Music of the Americas
History of Rock
Performance in World Cultures
Music in World Cultures
Popular Musics in the African Diaspora
Japanese Traditional Performing Arts
Evolution of the American Musical
Performance in World Cutures
Popular Musics in the African Diaspora
Introduction to Western Theatre and Drama
Introduction to World Theater
Performance in World Cultures
Japanese Traditional Performing Arts
Evolution of the American Musical
Global Social Justice Issues in Agriculture
Introduction to Anthropology
Social and Behavioral Factors in Design
Global Ethics, Culture and Practice
Intercultural Communication
International Communication
Child Development for Educators
Introduction to Human Geography
Race Ethnicity and Health
Understanding Special Populations
Foundations of Education in a Multicultural Society
International Communication
Introduction to Sociology
Global Social Trends
Introduction to Gender and Society
Sociology of Popular Culture
Introduction to Race and Ethnicity
Population and Society
Military, War and Society
Social Problems
Morality and Society
Diversity in Sport Organizations
International Sport Business
Introduction to Gender and Society

Cross Listed

Texas Common
Course Number

HIST 301
AFST 301
MUSC 327; PERF 327
MUSC 324
ARCH 1301
ARCH 1302
ARTS 1304

FILM 251
ENGL 251
FREN 425
FILM 425

ARCH 1311
COMM 2366
COMM 2366

PERF 301, THAR 301


ANTH 324
AFST 327; PERF 327
THAR 328
THAR 386
MUSC 301, THAR 301
AFST 327; MUSC 327
DRAM 1310
PERF 301, MUSC 301
MUSC 328
MUSC 386
ANTH 2346, HUMA 2323

JOUR 365
GEOG 1302

COMM 365
SOCI 1301
WGST 207

SOCI 207

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Notes:
*See course descriptions for enrollment requirements, including prerequisites.
Course Descriptions start on page 562 of the undergraduate catalog that is located at: http://catalog.tamu.edu/pdfs/14-15 UG Catalog.pdf
** Example: ENGR 482/PHIL 452 is taught at the same time and in the same room with the same instructor.