engineering

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduates may pursue one of 10 bachelor degrees or an associate degree. Many of the degree programs allow students to pursue a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) deck or engine license, which qualifies them to work onboard a commercial vessel.

Bachelor of Engineering Degree Programs

Electrical Engineering (Learn more)
Facilities Engineering (Learn more)
Marine Engineering (Learn More)
Mechanical Engineering (Learn More)
Naval Architecture (Learn More)

Engineering Degree License/Internship  Options 

Bachelor of Science Degree Programs
 

International Transportation & Trade (More)
Marine Environmental Science (Learn More)
Marine Transportation (Learn More)
Marine Operations (Learn More)
Maritime Studies (Learn More)

Science Degree License/Internship Options

Associate of Applied Science Degree Program

Marine Technology/Small Vessel Operations (Learn More)

Associate Degree License Option 

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