A program of study is available in which a student may pursue a dual degree between chemical engineering and petroleum engineering. In general, 42 credits are required, including the fundamental courses in the two areas. Both thesis and non-thesis options are possible. The required chemical engineering courses are:
one course from GEOL or CEE, as specified above in the Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering
The remaining 9 credits may be taken from graduate offerings in engineering or geology (see the accepted electives list for recommended courses). All other departmental regulations listed previously apply to the Master of Science dual-degree program.