The 43rd Dredging Engineering Short Course will be held January 6-10, 2014.
The next Cutter Suction Dredge Simulator Short Course will be held January 13-15, 2014.
The Ocean Engineering Program offers many courses taught by its faculty. The requirements for obtaining a degree in Ocean Engineering are summarized in the Academics section.
Course descriptions are organized into:
Course Schedules vary each year and are maintained by the University at http://courses.tamu.edu/.
The Ocean Engineering Curriculum includes courses in written communication skills, humanities, social sciences, and American heritage to ensure a well-rounded education. Courses that directly apply to ocean engineering include: coastal engineering, dynamics of ocean systems, engineering design of offshore and coastal systems, fluid mechanics, marine hydrodynamics, naval architecture, numerical methods, ocean engineering laboratory, ocean wave mechanics, oceanography, offshore and coastal structures, underwater acoustics, and underwater and moored system design. The Ocean Engineering Program grants degrees at both the Undergraduate and Graduate levels.
The Centers and Laboratories and Research Facilities for the Ocean Engineering Program are among the most comprehensive in the nation for testing offshore and coastal systems. The facilities are located in the Reta and Bill Haynes ’46 Coastal Engineering Laboratory, Offshore Technology Research Center, Ocean Engineering Wave Tank, and the Hydromechanics Laboratory. We also have world-class high-powered computer resources.
Visit the Academics section of this web site for more information on the undergraduate and graduate program.