(MSc in) Petroleum Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences
The Master of Science programmes in Petroleum Engineering or Petroleum Geosciences requires 2 years of full-time study and builds on a completed BSc/BEng degree or the requisite equivalent (see Admission).
A further specialization occurs within each programme through the programme options outlined briefly below.
Petroleum Engineering (MSG1) :
- Reservoir Engineering
- Petroleum Production
- Drilling Technology
Petroleum Geosciences (MSG2)::
- Petroleum Geophysics
- Petroleum Geology
For an overview of the mandatory and elective courses:
The credit system used by NTNU, is based on a workload of 60 credits for each academic year. This corresponds to The European Credit Transfer System credits (ECTS). The ECTS system facilitates student mobility and international curriculum development, and is a system based on the student workload required to achieve the objectives of a study programme.
» NTNU's Grading and Credit System.