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CULLEN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering

Engineering Katy

UH Engineering Programs in Katy

 

UH Engineering's innovative and industry-relevant course offerings will continue to expand in the Katy area. All Master’s level courses are worth three-credit-hours and are open to degree-seeking students and, with the consent of the respective programs, non-degree-seeking students. The following courses will be offered in the fall of 2017 and may be applied toward a Master’s degree in subsea engineering based on successful admission into the respective graduate programs.

EXPLORE THE DEPTHS
OF UNDERWATER ENERGY

SUBS 6310: Flow Assurance

Taught by subsea engineering leader Phaneendra Kondapi, this Master's level course teaches the understanding of basic sciences, engineering and flow assurance principles and their application to the assessment, prevention and premeditation of low assurance problems in subsea systems.

To learn more about the subsea engineering program, please visit subsea.egr.uh.edu

SUBS 6330: Pipeline Design

Taught by industry leader Burak Ozturk, this Master's level course provides a comprehensive overview of subsea pipelines, including pipeline design, flow assurance, material selection, pipeline installation and construction, inspection and integrity management, project management and advanced analysis methods. 

To learn more about the subsea engineering program, please visit subsea.egr.uh.edu

ECE 6355: Well Logging

Taught by electrical and computer engineering expert Ji Chen, this Master’s level course discusses logging tools including electrical resistivity, induction, acoustic, dielectric, natural gamma ray, neutron density, pulse neutron, NMR and diameter. Various production tools are also discussed along with well-log data transmission, processing and recording. 

To learn more about the electrical and computer engineering department, please visit www.ece.uh.edu

 

ENGINEER A
CLEANER TOMORROW

CIVE 7397: Global Climate Change & Energy

This Master's level course is taught by Vishakh (Vish) Mantri, a business development consultant and project management executive at Alpha Sim Technology, Inc. and former lead chemical engineer with the United States Department of Energy.

To learn more about the civil and environmental engineering department, please visit www.cive.uh.edu

DESIGN THE
TECHNOLOGIES OF THE FUTURE

ECE 6355: Well Logging

Taught by electrical and computer engineering expert Ji Chen, this Master's level course discusses logging tools including electrical resistivity, induction, acoustic, dielectric, natural gamma ray, neutron density, pulse neutron, NMR and diameter. Various production tools are also discussed along with well-log data transmission, processing and recording.

To learn more about the electrical and computer engineering department, please visit www.ece.uh.edu

APPLY NOW

Individuals must have a bachelor's degree in engineering or a related field to apply for the graduate level courses in pressure transient testing and pipeline design. Applicants do not have to apply as degree-seeking students in order to enroll in the Katy courses.

To apply for the UH Engineering courses in Katy as a non-degree seeking student, please review these instructions.

To learn more about UH Graduate School programs, please visit www.uh.edu/graduate-school.