The Master of Science (Offshore Technology) programme, or M.Sc. (OT) in short, is jointly hosted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and is administered by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
It offers a comprehensive coverage of topics in Offshore Engineering & Structures, Subsea Engineering, and Petroleum Engineering and Geosciences that are of great relevance to the offshore oil and gas industry which span the design of facilities in shallow waters to challenges that are faced by engineers in developments in deep waters and in arctic conditions, and technologies related to drilling, downhole measurements and characterization in the exploration and production of petroleum reservoirs.
A student can choose to graduate with ONLY one of the following:
- M.Sc. (Offshore Technology)
- M.Sc. (Offshore Technology) with Specialization in Subsea Engineering
- M.Sc. (Offshore Technology) with Specialization in Petroleum Engineering
- M.Sc. (Offshore Technology) with Specialization in Offshore Structures