School of Science and Engineering


Natural Resources Engineering & Management


A leader in Natural Resource Engineering and Management in the region and the country. Our department is working under the domain of school of science. Practical hands-on training, frequent field trips and exciting outdoor employment and internships

The curriculum of the department is designed to provide a strong foundation in the basic sciences, geosciences, basic engineering sciences and mathematics in addition to specialized higher rank instruction to meet different specialization and careers paths by students. In this initial stage, the curriculum of the department is designed in a way that three fields of interests could be followed with different upper division requirements. All three fields are identical (except for few courses) in the first two years as students study the basic science courses. In the third and fourth years those students pursuing fields in petroleum engineering, hydrology and mineral deposits (economic geology) would focus their study on their chosen fields. The graduates of each track of the department will gain a fundamental understanding of their chosen field and acquire the basic skills and experiences required to become an effective member of their profession. Laboratory work and summer field work is equally an essential part of the curriculum of the department. To achieve the vision and the mission of the university the department is proposing to administer three closely related disciplines in natural resources. The curriculum of the department leads the graduates of the department to BSc Petroleum Engineering, BSc in Hydrology (Water Resources Engineering) and BSc in Mineral Resources Engineering. The curriculum of the Natural Resources programme is designed to provide a strong foundation in the basic sciences, geosciences, basic engineering sciences and mathematics in addition to specialized upper level instruction to meet different specialization and careers paths by students. In this initial stage, the curriculum is designed in a way that three tracks or fields of interests could be followed with different upper division requirements. All three tracks are identical (except for a few courses) in the first two years as students study the basic science courses. In the third and