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2013-2014 Graduate Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Graduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Subsea Engineering Certificate


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Colleges  > Cullen College of Engineering  > Department of Mechanical Engineering  > Subsea Engineering Program  > Subsea Engineering Certificate

 

The targeted applicants for this program are practicing subsea engineers with minimum of B.S. degree in engineering. Applicants with a bachelor degree in technology or a related science field will be considered on a case-by-case basis. This program serves students outside the normal Masters Degree in Engineering. Moreover the successful completin of a certificate or both certificates does not constitute admissions into a Masters Degree Program.

Requirements:

Certifcate in Subsea Engineering

Restricted electives are selected among the following classes:

Restricted Electives

Subsea Engineering Courses
Mechanical Engineering Courses*
SUBS 6320 - Riser Design  MECE 6334 - Convection Heat Transfer 
SUBS 6330 - Pipeline Design  MECE 6341 - Viscous Flow Theory 
SUBS 6340 - Subsea Processing and Artificial Lift  MECE 6361 - Mechanical Behavior of Materials 
SUBS 6350 - Subsea Controls and System Engineering  MECE 6363 - Physical Metallurgy 
SUBS 6351 - Design of Subsea Blowout Preventers  MECE 63XX, Selected Courses requiring approval from the Program Director
SUBS 6360 - Subsea Materials and Corrosion   

*ONE MECE science based graduate course may be taken in each certificate and would thus replace one Subsea Engineering course per certificate.

See also: Advanced Subsea Engineering Certificate 

 

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