The University of Tulsa McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering is the top petroleum engineering program in the world for oil, gas and petroleum engineering, according to 2017 CEOWORLD Magazine university rankings.
TU’s petroleum engineering program is the largest department on campus with more than 400 students, 14 faculty and seven research consortia supported by the world’s leading oil companies. Students receive an education in the three principal subdisciplines of petroleum engineering: reservoir, production and drilling.
The McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering is known for its state-of-the-art laboratories on TU’s main campus including a drilling simulator, multiphase flow facility and a rock and fluid laboratory. Faculty, graduate students and technicians serve members of industry through consortium projects at TU’s historic North Campus research facility. Alumni launch their careers at international and domestic oil and gas exploration and production companies as well as service companies. A majority of TU petroleum engineering graduates find employment within six months after graduation.
“All the hard work pays off,” said Professor Mustafa Onur, chairman of the McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering. “A recognition of this kind is a reflection on the high-quality work and dedication of faculty, staff and students in our programs. MSPE is committed to supporting and growing successful undergraduate and graduate programs.”
CEOWORLD Magazine uses six indicators of quality to rank universities: academic reputation, admission eligibility, job placement rate, recruiter feedback, specialization, and global reputation and influence.