Approved Tech Electives for PNGE

All courses listed below will automatically count as technical electives without completing a petition form.  Students are encouraged to take other courses not on this list as long as Math 141 is required for any perquisite listed in the course catalogue.  Students must complete a petition form with their advisor’s approval if not on this list.      

  • CE 370 Introduction to Environmental Engineering
  • CHEM 210 Organic Chemistry I
  • CHEM 212 Organic Chemistry II
  • CHEM 221 Quantitative Analysis
  • CHEM 227 Analytical Chemistry
  • CHE210 Introduction to Material Balances
  • CHE320 Phase and Chemical Equilibria
  • CHE360 Mathematical Modeling in Chemical Engineering
  • CHE430 Chemical Reaction Engineering
  • E B F 472 Quantitative Analysis in Earth Sciences 
  • E B F 473 Risk Management in Energy Industries  
  • E B F 483 Introduction to Electricity Markets 
  • E B F 484 Energy Economics
  • EGEE 302 Principles of Energy Engineering
  • EGEE 420 Hydrogen and Fuel Cells  
  • F SC 432 Petroleum Processing
  • GEOSC 412 Water Resources Geochemistry
  • GEOSC 415 Geochemistry
  • GEOSC 452 Hydrogeology 
  • MATH 401 Introduction to Analysis I
  • MATH418 Introduction to Probability and Stochastic Processes for Engineering
  • MATSE 202 Introduction to Polymer Materials
  • MATSE 259 Properties and Processing of Engineering Materials
  • METEO300 Fundamentals of Atmospheric Science
  • MN PR301 Elements of Mineral Processing
  • PNG494 (any letter) Undergraduate Honors Thesis
  • PNG 456 - Hydraulic Fracturing Analysis
  • PNG 457 - Harbison-Fischer Pump Class
  • PNG 458 - Assessment, Classification, and Reporting of Reserves and Resources
  • PNG 459 - Wild Well Control Certification Class
  • PNG494 (any letter) Undergraduate Honors Thesis
  • PNG497 (any letter) Special Topics
  • STAT 319 (MATH 319) Applied Statistics in Science
  • STAT 401 Experimental Methods
 

Graduate PNGE Courses: (Students should be of senior standing and have >3.5 GPA to take graduate courses)

  • PNG501 Steady State Flow in Porous Media
  • PNG502 Unsteady State Flow in Porous media
  • PNG511 Num. Solution of PDEs of Flow in Porous Media
  • PNG518 Design of Miscible Recovery Projects
  • PNG520 Phase Relations in Reservoir Engineering
  • PNG526 Well Stimulation
  • PNG530 Natural Gas Engineering
  • PNG597 (any letter) Special Topics
Graduate courses in PNGE can also be taken as technical electives.