Ocean and Marine Engineering is a branch of engineering that is concerned with the structural aspects of offshore marine systems which relate to harnessing the ocean's resources. As of 2010, the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) has accredited ten ocean engineering programs in the United States.
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United States Naval Academy
With a low faculty to student ratio of 1:7, the United States Naval Academy is considered one of the premiere schools for a degree in Ocean and Marine Engineering. It received the #1 ranking, according to "U.S. News." Students interested in the Marine Engineering program must complete specific prerequisites and submit a separate application for admission to the program. This Academy had an undergraduate enrolment of approximately 4,300 students in 2009.
United States Naval Academy 121 Blake Road Annapolis, MD 21402-5000 (410) 293-1000 usna.edu
University of Rhode Island
The University of Rhode Island is ranked as the #3 public university for Ocean Engineering by the Campus Explorer Website. Located in a traditional New England town, this university was founded in 1892. It offers over 100 majors, including a four-year Bachelor's degree program in Ocean Engineering. Its Ocean Engineering program averages 125 undergraduates and 40 graduates per year.
University of Rhode Island 8 Ranger Road Kingston, RI 02881 (800) 963-2250 uri.edu
Texas A & M University
The requirements to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Ocean Engineering at Texas A & M are dependent on the year of your enrolment. The catalogue is updated with minor changes every year; however, the rigorous coursework remains the same. With an enrolment of over 46,000, Texas A & M boasts one of the 10 largest student bodies in the nation and provides more officers to the United States Armed Forces than any other non-military school.
Texas A & M University 112 M T Harrington Center College Station, TX 77843 (979) 845-3211 tamu.edu
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139 (617) 253-1000 mit.edu
Florida Institute of Technology
The Florida Institute of Technology offers its undergraduate Ocean Engineering students hands-on experience with high tech instruments during faculty research initiatives. Its Department of Marine and Environmental Systems has 15 full-time faculty members, and class sizes typically consist of 15 students or less. This institution has a marine laboratory on the Vero Beach oceanfront marine research facility.
Florida Institute of Technology 150 West University Blvd Melbourne FL 32901 (321) 674-8000 fit.edu
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