M.S. with Major in Ocean Engineering
The Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering offers an extensive Master of Science degree program in Ocean Engineering with the aim of preparing individuals for engineering challenges to working in the ocean environment.
Specialization in specific Ocean Engineering programs is offered through in-depth studies in the areas of Acoustics, Signal processing, Materials and Corrosion, Marine structures, Marine Hydrodynamics and Autonomous Underwater Vehicles.
- MSOE Thesis, Non-Thesis and Non-Thesis/Business Minor
- Admission Requirements
- Core Course Requirements
- Transfer Credits
All students choosing the MS thesis option and receiving financial assistance must be full-time students. This requires that they are registered for a minimum of 9 credits in the fall semester, 9 credits in the spring semester, and 6 credits for the summer semester. All international students must be registered as full-time students. A maximum of 12 credits may be taken in a semester. In the graduation semester the student may be allowed to take one credit.
- Supervisory Committee
- Plan of Study
- Fast Track Program
- Thesis Work and Progress Reviews
- Degree Requirements
- Unsatisfactory Performance
- MS Program Checklist (pdf)