Educational Programs in Energy
UH offers several innovative educational programs at all levels and in the four major energy sectors: upstream, midstream and downstream, alternatives and enablers, and policy and management. UH also offers continuing professional studies, as well as certificate programs that may be completed either in conjunction with a graduate level degree or as a stand-alone.
2020-2021 Educational Programs in Energy Booklet
A Comprehensive Guidebook of Energy-related Academic Programs for the 2020-2021 Semesters
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The upstream energy sector involves exploration and production of oil and gas, including underwater or underground crude oil, natural gas fields and drilling wells. Professionals in this sector include geologists and geophysicists, who determine where resources can be found; petroleum engineers, who work with geoscientists to understand geologic formations, and mechanical engineers, who optimize physics and materials science to design, examine and manufacture mechanical systems.
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