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The Best Colleges for Marine Engineering

Pant engineers are responsible for the overall design of the mechanics of the effect of a ship. They install the ship's machinery and how to troubleshoot problems, and make sure the ship moves smoothly and can withstand the sometimes rough open waters of the oceans. They work closely with the ship's architect and can sometimes act as inspectors. Candidates working for private companies and the U.S. Navy. Plant engineers earn up to $ 100,000 per year.

United States Merchant Marine Academy

United States Merchant Marine Academy is part of the Federal College of education, located in King's Point, New York. The 36-credit program that is designed for working professionals, and those with two years of practical experience, include coursework in electrical and nuclear power, new technology, hydrodynamics and electrical systems. Students carry out much of the work online and may be required to participate in seminars or short residencies.

United States Merchant Marine Academy

University of New Orleans

University of New Orleans offers a master's degree which combines shipping technique with shipbuilding. Course activities include ship design and ship's electrical systems, but also include pipes and design systems for rich platforms that sit offshore. Students can also take a number of elective courses to specialize in the area. The school is housed in a nine-story building complete with up-to date computer labs and a 128-foot-long tank for research and development. UNO degree also prepares students for a PhD program in applied science and engineering.

University of New Orleans

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

The University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, MI offers two specialized degrees in marine engineering graduate program: marine mechanics, and marine systems design. Coursework includes the ship's mechanics, ocean engineering, and mobile robotic systems. In addition, the University of Michigan offers a double master in contemporary design, mixes its College of marine technology and marine design. They also offer a degree combines a master's degree in marine engineering and an MBA, teaching students the business side of the maritime industry. In addition to a master's degree, the school also offers a Ph.D. program in marine engineering study.

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, offers a Master of Science degree in Marine engineering and ship technology through its master's degree in mechanical engineering. Students must first take engineering courses, and then enroll in the ocean-specific courses in the ship's propulsion, hydrodynamics and maritime architecture. The program provides students with the opportunity to combine their training with another program within the engineering school to obtain a double degree.


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