University of Aberdeen
Oil and Gas Enterprise Management
This course provides a broad training in oil industry matters, especially those pertaining to how relatively small oil companies can work with National Oil Companies (NOCs) and energy ministries to better exploit their hydrocarbon resources; in this respect training in commercialisation, economics and law is important, as is an understanding of how science and technology can be applied at the cutting edge to improve hydrocarbon exploration success and recovery; the target audiences are geologists, engineers and business managers working in NOCs and energy ministries, but the course is also suitable for British and international graduates and professionals seeking to increase their knowledge, skills and qualifications.
Honours degree at 2,1 or above, preferably in geology, geophysics, engineering, law, economics or other relevant degree.
Geology; geophysics; engineering; entrepreneurial and negotiation skills; petroleum economics; psychology; accountancy; safety engineering; environmental sciences.
Assessment is by a combination of module assessment, examinations and project work.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|King's Campus||Aberdeen||AB24 3FX||Scotland|
Graduate School Admissions Unit, College of Physical Sciences