The UH Subsea Engineering Program offers two graduate certificates in subsea as detailed below. The graduate certificate 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.
Admission into the programs require applicants to have a four-year bachelor's degree in engineering or engineering related field. A GRE score is not required for admissions. The application for online and face-to-face students is one and the same. As an online applicant, you will apply and submit the same application and application materials that a face-to-face applicant submits. For further information concerning certificate admissions, please review our admissions webpage.
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 online and face-to-face in a classroom setting.
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
- Each Subsea Engineering course has an associated graduate student fee. Please contact the Academic Advisor for details.
The certificates in subsea engineering and advanced subsea engineering are available as fully online programs through UH-Extend. Click here to learn more.