Graduate School Programs in Petroleum Engineering

There are 21 graduate schools offering Masters degree Programs in Petroleum Engineering.In year 2012-2013, US universities graduated 432 students in Petroleum Engineering. Highest number of students who got their Masters Degree were 76 from Texas A & M University-College Station . Female students highest graduation was in University of Tulsa.
Some of the Graduate School Programs with highest enrollment are Petroleum Engineering are

  • Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - 4454,
  • University of Washington-Seattle Campus - 5259,
  • Auburn University - 5202,
  • University of Florida - 8275.

  • Cost of Masters Degree in Petroleum Engineering

    The tuition for masters degree program at a Graduate School Petroleum Engineering could vary remarkably between public and a private university. Tuition for Masters program at a top ranked school like Stanford University is $41,250 while Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College has tuition $6,146. Public universities cost less compared with a private university, the per year program cost for Graduate Masters program in Petroleum Engineering at a top ranked school University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus is $31,658

    Top Ranked Universities for Masters In Petroleum Engineering

    ImageUniversityRankingTuitionAcceptance Rate
    Stanford University541250 $6.61 Engineering *: 2571    Petroleum Engineering **: 13
    University of Southern California2635352 $19.93 Engineering *: 3266    Petroleum Engineering **: 30
    Pennsylvania State University4830374 $52.43 Engineering *: 1439    Petroleum Engineering **: 31
    The University of Texas at Austin5320790 $46.75 Engineering *: 2034    Petroleum Engineering **: 40
    University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus6731658 $57.86 Engineering *: 941    Petroleum Engineering **: 6
    Texas A & M University-College Station6813861 $66.88 Engineering *: 2731    Petroleum Engineering **: 76
    Colorado School of Mines8928620 $44.55 Engineering *: 828    Petroleum Engineering **: 18
    University of Tulsa9418630 $40.72 Engineering *: 154    Petroleum Engineering **: 27
    University of Kansas10818517 $92.74 Engineering *: 384    Petroleum Engineering **: 2
    University of Oklahoma Norman Campus10915667 $79.14 Engineering *: 522    Petroleum Engineering **: 29
    Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College1306146 $79.56 Engineering *: 528    Petroleum Engineering **: 8
    Missouri University of Science and Technology13921965 $89.05 Engineering *: 1115    Petroleum Engineering **: 21
    Texas Tech University15810864 $64.31 Engineering *: 650    Petroleum Engineering **: 15
    University of Wyoming16510782 $96.01 Engineering *: 177    Petroleum Engineering **: 4
    West Virginia University17218330 $84.82 Engineering *: 535    Petroleum Engineering **: 18
    University of Houston19014922 $56.20 Engineering *: 809    Petroleum Engineering **: 30
    New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology40616682 $70.83 Engineering *: 152    Petroleum Engineering **: 14
    Texas A & M University-Kingsville7704 $93.49 Engineering *: 310    Petroleum Engineering **: 7
    University of Alaska Fairbanks18792 $2 Engineering *: 98    Petroleum Engineering **: 15
    University of Louisiana at Lafayette12937 $60.36 Engineering *: 168    Petroleum Engineering **: 24

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