Course Study Plan:
PSP-62520-2
Course:
Master of Engineering in Oil and Gas (coursework) (62520)

Year 1

Semester 1
Semester 2

Year 2

Semester 1
Semester 2

More information on Intensive Mode Learning (IML) in the non-standard teaching period can be found here.  
 
If you need to discuss your study plan further, please contact the EMS Student Office.  
 
Information about unit availability should be checked at the beginning of each semester and can be found at Timetables or Handbooks.  
 
The Rules for the Master of Engineering in Oil and Gas can be found here. 
 
This study plan is an example of a full-time load of four units per semester. 
The standard minimum completion time is two years. The maximum completion time is five years.

Unit listing

Students who have not completed an engineering degree in chemical engineering or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty, must complete the following conversion units

unit codeunit name
CHPR4407Transport Phenomena
ENSC3003Fluid Mechanics
ENSC3006Chemical Process Thermodynamics
ENSC3007Heat and Mass Transfer

Take all units (42 points):

unit codeunit name
CHPR4404Advanced Thermodynamics and Mass Transfer Processes
CHPR5521Gas Processing 1—Flow Assurance and Gathering
CHPR5522Gas Processing 2—Treating and LNG Production
GENG4410Fossil to Future – The Transition
GENG5803Investment Management for Field Development
OGEG5809Field Development Project
OGEG5810Decision Making and Uncertainty for Oil and Gas Projects

Take unit(s) to the value of 6 points. Students who have not completed an engineering degree in a cognate area, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty, must take unit(s) to the value of 30 points.

unit codeunit name
CHPR4408Chemical and Thermal Renewable Energies
CIVL5505Design of Offshore Energy Facilities
GENG5504Petroleum Engineering
GENG5505Project Management and Engineering Practice
GENG5507Risk, Reliability and Safety
GENG5516Energy Storage Systems
MGMT5239Oil and Gas Sector Management
OCEN4007Renewable Ocean Energy
OGEG5803Reservoir Engineering