School of Petroleum Engineering Student Course Evaluations

The table below provides course evaluation data for courses^ within the School of Petroleum Engineering 2012-15 from CATEI Form A - Course Evaluation Question 10: Overall, I was satisfied with the quality of this course.

Course^ Overall, I was satisfied with the quality of this course* Response Rate
PTRL1010 - Introduction to the Petroleum Industry 69.30% 17.31%
PTRL2010 - Business Practices in the Petroleum Industry 80.23% 28.38%
PTRL2018 - Introduction to Petrophysics 90.32% 22.30%
PTRL2019 - Reservoir Engineering A 84.80% 25.45%
PTRL3001 - Reservoir Engineering B 95.71% 27.67%
PTRL3002 - Reservoir Characterisation and Simulation 63.41% 15.41%
PTRL3003 - Field Development Geology and Geophysics 52.73% 22.67%
PTRL3015 - Well Drilling Equipment and Operations 89.58% 18.56%
PTRL3023 - Formation Evaluation 80.00% 12.07%
PTRL4012 - Enhanced Oil and Gas Recovery 95.12% 18.64%
PTRL4017 - Well Technology 85.71% 16.13%
PTRL4020 - Natural Gas Engineering 79.55% 19.91%
PTRL4021 - Petroleum Production Engineering 90.63% 14.29%
PTRL4024 - Drilling Fluids and Cementing 100.00% 18.30%
PTRL5003 - Well Pressure Testing 81.82% 17.19%
PTRL5006 - Field Development Geology for Petroleum Engineers 66.67% 22.39%
PTRL5007 - Reservoir Engineering 100.00% 24.40%
PTRL5009 - Well Drilling Equipment and Operations 86.08% 41.36%
PTRL5010 - Natural Gas Engineering 97.22% 43.90%
PTRL5011 - Petroleum Production Engineering 91.23% 32.07%
PTRL5012 - Enhanced Oil and Gas Recovery 81.40% 36.07%
PTRL5013 - Petroleum Geology 77.46% 29.71%
PTRL5014 - Petroleum Geophysics 86.84% 33.04%
PTRL5015 - Overview of the Petroleum Industry 90.48% 32.16%
PTRL5016 - Well Completions and Stimulation 92.00% 31.10%
PTRL5022 - Drilling Systems Design and Optimisation 94.34% 27.60%
PTRL5024 - Drilling Fluids and Cementing Techniques 95.16% 34.07%
PTRL5107 - Formation Evaluation 87.88% 23.24%

* Percentage of students that Strongly Agree, Agree and Mildly Agree.

^Data is not provided from (a) courses with less than 10 aggregated responses; (b) honours thesis courses; (c) special research courses and (d) courses where the responses may identify individual staff members as proscribed by section 27(e) of the UNSW Australia (Academic Staff) Enterprise Agreement 2015.