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The Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering (“MPGE”), located within the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy, is one of the oldest and ranks among the top five programs in the nation. MPGE’s rigorous curriculum prepares students for work in a far-reaching industry that supports much of the heartland. Students receive a firm foundation in contemporary oil and gas issues, extraction methods, engineering processes, resource development and advanced course work in the three primary petroleum engineering specializations: Drilling Engineering, Production Engineering and Reservoir Engineering.

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If you are interested in Petroleum Engineering, you are looking at the right University. Through experiences that include research, internships, innovative, instruction, modern labs and mentoring from faculty and industry leaders our students gain the technical competence and intellectual perspectives needed to grow and succeed professionally. MPGE graduates are highly sought after and hold leadership positions throughout the oil and gas industry.

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NOW Online Graduate Programs in Natural Gas Engineering

Natural Gas Engineering Degree Online

We now offer an M.S. in Natural Gas Engineering & Management in an online format and a Graduate Certificate in Natural Gas Technology that is available on campus and online. Both programs are perfect for those seeking to further their education in the growing field of natural gas without interruption to their career and family life.

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Three Faculty Positions Open

Now Hiring Faculty

We are in an ambitious, multi-year expansion and renewal period. As part of this process, we are seeking to fill three tenure track faculty positions at the ranks of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor. Applicants are being sought who have expertise and specialization in natural gas engineering, production engineering and an individual who has proven research programs in the area of oil and gas. Initial screening begins September 1, 2016 and will continue until the positions are filled.

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