Your Career in Petroleum Engineering
Petroleum engineers extract oil, gas, and other resources from the Earth, and they do it all over the world. They plan and supervise the drilling of wells, evaluate oil and gas production, and predict future production from the Gulf of Mexico to the coasts of Singapore. Aside from everyday gasoline, petroleum is also used in many different fuels and its byproducts are found in everything from car tires to toys.
Where do petroleum engineers work?
S&T petroleum engineering grads work all over the world in the areas of drilling, production and reservoir engineering of oil and gas fields.
The average starting salary for S&T petroleum engineering grads is $87,188.