I. Program objectives and learning outcomes:

1. Program objectives:

1.1. Coursework program (Master of coursework):

- Preferred by pioneer national and international organizations as successful practitioners of Petroleum Engineering job who will take the task on evaluation of underground energy source fluids as petroleum and natural gas.

- Reach the manager position in the national and international organizations where they work,serve at active and policy-maker positions.

- Carry on successful tasks at the minor branches of the sector as research and development, transportation, supervising, marketing and sales.

1.2. Research program (Master of research):

- Preferred by pioneer national and international organizations as successful practitioners of Petroleum Engineering job who will take the task on evaluation of underground energy source fluids as petroleum and natural gas.

- Reach the senior reserchers position in the national and international organizations where they work, serve at oil and gas industry.

- Carry on successful tasks at the minor branches of the sector as research and development, transportation, supervising, marketing and sales.

2. Program learning outcomes:

2.1. Coursework program:

- An ability to apply fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering

- An ability to design and conduct experiments (in a direct or indirect manner via models) for Petroleum Engineeing as well as to analyze and interpret experimental results.

- An ability to design a system (or parts of a system) or a technological process to meet desired criteria including economical, environmental, societal, ethical constraints as well as technological feasibility and sustainability.

- An ability to successfully function as a team member on multi-disciplinary issues that requires collaborations with experts in petroleum engineering.

- An ability to identify, formulate, and solve well-defined and open-ended problems in petroleum engineering - An ability to understand and practice professional and ethical responsibilities.

- An ability to communicate effectively with a minimum level of English (TOIEC 500) - An ability to recognize and apply knowledge to solve contruction management issues in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. - An ability to recognize the needs and motivation to engage in life-long learning - An ability to apply knowledge to current and contemporary issues in petroleum engineering.

- An ability to use modern techniques and engineering tools as well as software necessary for petroleum engineeing practice. 

2.2. Research program:

- An ability to apply fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering

 - An ability to design and conduct experiments (in a direct or indirect manner via models) for Petroleum Engineeing as well as to analyze and interpret experimental results.

- An ability to design a system (or parts of a system) or a technological process to meet desired criteria including economical, environmental, societal, ethical constraints as well as technological feasibility and sustainability.

- An ability to successfully function as a team member on multi-disciplinary issues that requires collaborations with experts in petroleum engineering.

- An ability to identify, formulate, and solve well-defined and open-ended problems in petroleum engineering

- An ability to understand and practice professional and ethical responsibilities. - An ability to communicate effectively with a minimum level of English (TOIEC 500)

- An ability to recognize and apply knowledge to solve contruction management issues in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.

- An ability to recognize the needs and motivation to engage in life-long learning

- An ability to apply knowledge to current and contemporary issues in petroleum engineering.

- An ability to use modern techniques and engineering tools as well as software necessary for petroleum engineeing practice.

II. Abilities to meet socio-economic needs, international integration after graduation: III. Program structure: 1. Coursework program:

No.

Course Title

Study hours

Semester

Credits

Lecture

Lab

Tutorials

Assignme nts

Hours

Hours

Hours

Hours

A

General subjects

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

General mandatory courses

3

 

 

 

 

 

1

Philosophy

3

30

0

0

45

2

 

General elective courses

6

 

 

 

 

 

2

Methodology of Scientific Research

3

30

0

0

45

2

3

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

3

30

0

0

45

2

4

Management and Leadership

3

30

0

0

45

2

5

Business ethics and corporate social responsibility

3

30

0

0

45

2

6

Service Management

3

30

0

0

45

2

7

Project Management

3

30

0

6

36

2

8

Analyzing, Writing, Publishing Scientific Papers

3

30

0

0

45

2

9

Multivariate analysis

3

30

0

0

45

2

B

Pre-requisite courses

12

 

 

 

 

 

10

Fundamental of Petroleum geosciences

3

30

0

12

27

1

11

Introduction to Petroleum Engineering

3

30

0

0

45

1

12

Petrophysics

3

30

0

0

45

1

13

Drilling Engineering

3

30

0

0

45

1

C

Mandatory core courses

12

 

 

 

 

 

14

Vietnam Petroleum Geology

3

30

0

12

27

1

15

Reservoir, resouces an reserve evaluation

3

30

0

12

27

1

16

Petroleum Production Engineering

3

30

0

12

27

1

17

Petroleum Reservoir Engineering

3

30

0

12

27

1

 

No.

Course Title

Study hours

Semester

Credits

Lecture

Lab

Tutorials

Assignme nts

Hours

Hours

Hours

Hours

D

Elective courses

15

 

 

 

 

 

18

Petroleum Explorations and Appraisal methods

3

30

0

12

27

2

19

Nodal analysis

3

30

0

12

27

2

20

Completion and Stimulation Engineering

3

30

0

12

27

3

21

Geostatistics

3

30

0

12

27

2

22

Drilling engineering

3

30

0

12

27

3

23

Enhanced Oil Recovery

3

30

0

12

27

3

24

Petroleum geomechanics

3

30

0

12

27

3

25

Integrated reservoir and project management

3

30

0

12

27

3

26

Gas Production Engineering

3

30

0

12

27

2

27

Petroleum Reservoir Modeling

3

30

0

12

27

2

28

RESERVOIR SIMULATION

3

30

0

12

27

2

29

Internship for Petroleum project.

3

9

0

0

108

4

E

Mandatory master's thesis

12

 

 

 

 

 

30

Thesis

12

0

0

0

0

4

 

Total

60

 

 

 

 

 

 
2. Research program
 

No.

Course title

Study hours

Semester

Credits

Lecture

Lab

Tutorials

Assignme nt

Hours

Hours

Hours

Hours

A

General courses

9

 

 

 

 

 

B

Pre-requisites

12

 

 

 

 

 

1

Fundamental of Petroleum geosciences

3

30

0

12

27

1

2

Introduction to Petroleum Engineering

3

30

0

0

45

1

3

Petrophysics

3

30

0

0

45

1

4

Drilling Engineering

3

30

0

0

45

1

C

Required coureswork

Required Coursework: select 12 credit points from the Required and Elective Subjects listed in the relevant Coursework Program

15

 

 

 

 

 

D

Thesis and publication(s)

24

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

60

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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