*mandatory

Postgraduate Marine Engineering courses in USA 2014-15

In the US, the master?s degree awarded in marine engineering is usually a Master of Science (MS). Applicants will usually be expected to hold a Bachelor of Science degree in marine engineering. However, a few graduate programs have been structured so that students with a bachelor's degree in other engineering disciplines that require knowledge of basic mechanics such as mechanical engineering, applied mechanics, aerospace or civil engineering may also apply.

Related Careers

Marine Engineer

By Antony Chacko | March 28th 2012

Marine Engineer Career introduction Nearly 3/4th of Earth is covered by water and this is reason enough for anyone to get curious about the Marine life and the world beyond. Marine engineering is an exciting field that is still unexplored but does draw its share of curious candidates. Compared to other fields ...

Related articles

Why study Engineering abroad?

By Antony Chacko | July 26th 2012

Why study Engineering abroad? Ever wondered who designs the trains you travel in or who makes it possible for you to read this off your computer screen? All round the globe, engineers shape, invent, and build objects giving form to our everyday lives. Of such importance is the field of engineering. Engineering graduates will ...

Latest Q&A
Rohith profile image

Answer: Hey Guys, Alan and Divya(myself) are education consultants based out of USA. We are basically from Chennai, India. We have established this consulting opportunity for International students who are ambitious and want to explore the opportunities of ...

Posted by Rohith Prabhakaran | 4 days ago
Arindam profile image

Are there any courses for btech eletrical students who want to join mercent navy?

Posted by Arindam Das | 7 days ago
Badri

Answer:  Dear Badri, Greetings from Hotcourses India! You need 6.5 bands overall and 6 in each for Structural ENgg.  Also, your CGPA is low which can be adjusted if you get good scores in GRE. To give more specific answers to your question you need to p...

Posted by Badri Krishna | 7 days ago
Huiming

Answer: Hi Soo, not sure if you are looking for courses in Malaysia or Australia or both. But both those destinations offer good colleges for you to choose from. Malaysia as a study destination has slowly become a popular choice due to the low cost of livin...

Posted by Huiming Soo | 8 days ago
Mathew Chacko

Answer: Hi Mathew! NZ is having shortage of mechanical engineers in Canterbury/Upper South Island and Otago/Southland. Based on my extensive reseach on highly skilled manpower shortage, you can consider NZ as an option as they have shortage of mechanical en...

Posted by Mathew Chacko Abraham | 11 days ago
  • All courses
Showing 1-10 of 16 results
Showing 1-10 of 16 results

Page 1 2

4 stars - Based on 153 reviews