About the Certificate Program
The UH Subsea Engineering Program offers two graduate certificates in subsea as detailed below. The graduate Certificate in Subsea Engienering programs are for engineers who seek graduate level education in Subsea Engineering, but do not want to pursue a master's level degree in Subsea Engineering. Admissions to the programs requires applicants to have a four-year bachelor's degree in engineering degree or a related field. A GRE score is not required. Students in the Subsea Certificate program may later apply to the Master's Subsea program. A maximum of three certificate courses will transfer to the Master of Science in Subsea Engineering program. The Subsea Engineering courses are available face-to-face in a classroom setting and online.
Courses for each certificate program include:
Certificate in Subsea Engineering
- Flow Assurance
- Restricted Elective 1
- Restricted Elective 2
Advanced Certificate in Subsea Engineering
- Restricted Elective 3
- Restricted Elective 4
- Restricted Elective 5
Restricted electives are selected among the following classes:
|Subsea Engineering Courses*|
|SUBS 6320||Riser Design|
|SUBS 6330||Pipeline Design|
|SUBS 6340||Subsea Processing and Artificial Lift|
|SUBS 6350||Subsea Controls and Systems Engineering|
|SUBS 6351||Design of Blowout Preventers|
|SUBS 6360||Materials and Corrosion|
|SUBS 6370||Computational Methods and Design Experiments|
|SUBS 6380||Subsea Systems|
|SUBS 6397||Selected Topics|
* Only three Subsea courses will transfer to the MS program.
For each graduate program offered, students must have an overall G.P.A. of a 3.0 or higher. Any graduate student who receives a grade of C+ or lower in four graduate courses (whether or not in repeated courses) is ineligible to receive an advanced degree at the university.
Each student assumes responsibility for being familiar with the academic program requirements as stated in the current catalogs of the college and university and this website.