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Master of Gas Engineering and Management

The master´s degree programme in Gas Engineering and Management is designed to address the need for skilled gas engineering professionals by integrating the technical and management aspects of gas engineering with an emphasis on natural gas into a graduate degree program. The intent is to provide quality post-graduate education to those interested in working in the natural gas industry and further equip engineering professionals with strong technical skills and management knowledge.

Benefit
Upon completion of this programme a student will be able to:
a. Integrate technical and scientific knowledge of gas engineering and management principles
b. Propose solutions to gas engineering operational problems, designs and management through systematic planning and problem solving skills
c. Incorporate in-depth engineering techniques and natural gas management principles in project technical and economic analysis of gas production, processing, transportation and utilization projects.

Career opportunity
Natural gas engineering industry, Liquefied Natural Gas Industry, etc

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
PEO1 Graduates incorporate in-depth engineering techniques and natural gas management principles in project technical and economic analysis of gas production, processing, transportation and utilization projects.
PEO2 Graduates manage condusive working environment and readily pursue different challenging roles in regional and global natural gas operation and management positions through effective team work, leadership and communication skills.
PEO3 Graduates demonstrate ethical responsibilities including social issues, safety and environmental awareness and continuously engage in personal and professional growth.
Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO)
PO1 Ability to integrate advanced scientific and technical knowledge of gas engineering and related management principles
PO2 Ability to utilize appropriate methodologies, techniques and tools to produce research work of scholarly quality
PO3 Ability to analyze , evaluate and propose solutions to gas engineering operational problems, designs and management through systematic planning and critical thinking problem solving skills
PO4 Ability to demonstrate high ethical standards in professional practice including environmental and social issues
PO5 Ability to communicate effectively through written and oral modes
PO6 Ability to perpetually seek advanced knowledge and technology of gas engineering and management for lifelong learning
PO8 Ability to demonstrate high team working spirit in undertaking a wide range of group projects
PO11 Ability to incorporate knowledge of gas engineering and management in business thinking /entrepreneurship related decision making process
Entry requirement

Candidate must hold Bachelor degree in selected engineering or science disciplines from recognized institution (with CPA > 3.00/ 4.00) or equivalent. Graduates from other fields can also apply if they have minimum 2 years working experience in related industry.

Programme Structure
Type of Registration Type of Registration Full Time
Duration Max Semester : 6 Max Semester : 8
Min Semester : 3 Min Semester : 4
Location JB JB/ KL
List of Courses SEM 1

Gas Project Planning, Development  and Financing; 3 credits

Asset Management and Control; 3 credits

Risk and Safety Management; 3 credits

Hydrocarbon Gas Transportation and Storage; 3 credits

University Elective; 3 credits

SEM 1
Gas Project Planning, Development and Financing; 3 credits
Risk and Safety Management; 3 credits
Hydrocarbon Gas Transportation and Storage; 3 credits
University Elective; 3 credits
SEM 2

Hydrocarbon Gas  Exploration, Production and Processing; 3 credits

Gas Contract Negotiation and Implementation; 3 credits

Research Methodology; 3 credits

Hydrocarbon Gas Thermodynamic  Properties and Utilization; 3 credits

Graduate Project I; 4 credits

SEM 2

Hydrocarbon Gas  Exploration, Production and Processing; 3 credits

Gas Contract Negotiation and Implementation; 3 credits

Research Methodology; 3 credits

Hydrocarbon Gas Thermodynamic  Properties and Utilization; 3 credits

SEM 3

Programme Elective I; 3 credits

Programme Elective II; 3 credits

Natural  Gas Supply Engineering and Economic; 3 credits

Graduate Project II; 6 credits

SEM 3 

Asset Management and Control; 3 credits

Natural  Gas Supply Engineering and Economic; 3 credits

Graduate Project I; 4 credits

  SEM 4

Programme Elective I; 3 credits

Programme Elective II; 3 credits

Graduate Project II; 6 credits

 

Total credits : 46 Total credits : 46
Pre-requisite

Area of Research (Only for Full Research and Mixed Mode)

For further enquiries please contact:

Dr. Farhana binti Aziz

Programme Coordinator

Office: +607-5535352

Email : farhana@petroleum.utm.my /
farhanaaziz@utm.my

 

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