OSU's Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering program is geographically well positioned
in one of the most active exploration areas in the country. The college has strong
support from local and national oil and gas operators and service companies giving
our students the expertise they need to be successful in their careers. OSU's petroleum
engineers will be hands-on with understanding of formation rock, applied mechanics,
materials, fluid behavior and application of their effects on reservoir, drilling
and completion economics and environmental sustainability. Students will develop
a team-oriented problem-solving attitude that is required in industry.
Dr. Mileva Radonjic, an associate professor in Petroleum Engineering, is
the principal investigator for a group of researchers and industry partners who received
a $19.9 million grant to conduct research on the Caney Shale, a potential petroleum
resource in south western Oklahoma.
Applications may be submitted at any time. However for full consideration of financial
support the following deadlines are recommended:
February 1 for the fall semester
August 1 for the spring semester
Petroleum Engineering Admission Requirements:
Petroleum Engineering graduate faculty members consider a variety of factors when
making an admission recommendation. Academic background (i.e., the courses you have
taken as an undergraduate) and test scores will be considered along with your statement
OSU and the Stillwater community in general are especially affordable places for graduate
students. Oklahoma State University's estimation of a graduate student's annual costs
is $18,820 for Oklahoma residents, $29,150 for out-of-state students, and $34,588
for international students.