Marine Technology Program Requirements

Bachelor of Science in Marine Technology Degree – NMC Code 870

The Marine Technology major at NMC prepares students to meet the needs of the global marine industry. Graduates will be in high demand for global employment opportunities in extremely diverse and fast-growing industries. This four-year bachelor's program builds on NMC's Marine Technology concentration of the Engineering Technology program. Technical training will occur at numerous campus labs, NMC's Great Lakes campus harbor and aboard research vessels operating throughout the Great Lakes. Program emphasis is focused on project management, technical competencies and hands-on learning with students having direct access to remotely operated vehicles, multiple SONAR platforms, marine instrumentation and marine data processing software. Instruction will be provided by highly trained instructors with experience in the industry.

Effective: Fall 2017

General Education Requirements Credits: 42

Class

Credits

Communications: ENG 111 and ENG 220

7

Humanities: PHL 105 and PHL 202

6

Math Competency: MTH 121, MTH 122, MTH 131 and MTH 141

15

Science: PHY 121 and PHY 122

8

Social Sciences: ECO 202 and GEO 115

6

Marine technology Requirements: 78

Class

Credits

DD 170 CADD/Computer Modeling

4

EET 102 Intro to Engineering Technology

2

EET 103 Electrical Studies I

3

EET 204 Electrical Studies II

3

EET 304 Marine Electronics

3

ENV 117 Meteorology & Climatology

4

ENV 131 Oceanography

4

MFG 103 Manufacturing Processes

3

MFG 104 Fluid Power

3

MFG 304 Marine Hydraulics

4

RAM 155 Microcontroller Programming

3

RAM 205 Microcontroller Systems

3

WSI 200 GL Research Technologies

3

WSI 210 Underwater Acoustics and Sonar

3

WSI 215 Marine GIS & Data Processing

3

WSI 240 ROV Systems and Operations

3

WSI 300 Remote Sensing and Senors

3

WSI 310 Sonar Systems and Operations

4

WSI 315 Advanced Marine Survey & Data

3

WSI 390 Marine Tech Internship

3

WSI 400 Marine Technology Capstone

4

WSI 405 Marine Industry

3

WSI 433 Marine Project Management

3

WSI 440 Advanced Marine Platforms

3

Approved Elective (see advisor)

2

Program Requirements: 120

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