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  • Why Graduate Study at USMMA? | U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
    Marine Academy on line distance education Master of Science in Marine Engineering MMarE program is an ideal investment for practicing marine engineers and engineers in similar fields such a power generation The United States Merchant Marine Academy Master of Science in Marine Engineering program is designed for you the engineering professional seeking graduate education that is relevant to your profession without the need to leave your employ or commute to a special site or campus Ending at the Master s level with the potential of continuing on for additional professional education the MMarE program is a natural extension of undergraduate programs in Marine Engineering If your undergraduate education was not formally dedicated to Marine Engineering the MMarE program can complete and enhance your education as a practicing marine engineer Accelerate Your Career The MMarE program is designed for the practicing professional who seeks to enhance and accelerate his or her career development There is an entrance requirement of at least two years of professional experience Designed to allow enrollment by working professionals throughout the world the program uses a combination of asynchronous and synchronous distance learning delivery Some courses may be enhanced by mid semester one or two day in

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  • Admission Requirements | U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
    earning the undergraduate degree Consideration will be given to those applicants who hold a valid Professional Engineers license or USCG Merchant Mariners Credential as an Assistant Engineers or higher in the assessment of an applicant s academic preparedness Proof of licensure should be provided with the application Selection for admission to the program will be made by the MMarE Admissions Committee after careful review of the candidate credentials and experience Admission to an individual MMarE course as a non matriculated student will be made by the Graduate Program Director Admission from other related programs such as non engineering maritime programs may be considered pending the candidate s completion of essential mathematics science and engineering prerequisite coursers Requirements For acceptance students are expected to have successfully completed undergraduate mathematics courses addressing calculus through multi variable calculus and ordinary and partial differential equations Candidates with deficient undergraduate mathematics coverage will be required to complete the appropriate mathematics courses prior to enrolling in the MMarE program Completion of necessary prerequisite courses should be completed at local institutions of higher education after course approval by the MMarE Program Director Candidates who have been away from either the use of or the study of calculus and or differential equations for an extended period of time are encouraged to avail themselves of a refresher course at a local college or university The MMarE Admissions Committee will determine admission to the MMarE program on a rolling basis commencing January until the entering class is full Forms and Application Materials For consideration an MMarE program applicant must submit the following MMarE Program Application Form Undergraduate engineering transcript Applicants educated in non English speaking countries must submit verification of their TOEFL score or the IELTS results Two 2 completed personal recommendation forms including one from an undergraduate engineering professor

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  • Graduate Forms | U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
    GRADUATION Form You are here Home After Graduation Graduate Program Graduate Program Why Graduate Study at USMMA Admission Requirements All Forms Course Descriptions Degree Requirements Tentative Course Schedule Tuition Information Graduate Forms The following list consists of documents associated with the Master of Science in Marine Engineering Program Application to the Master in Marine Engineering Program Graduate Admissions Recommendation Form Master of Marine Engineering Program Transcript Request Form Updated Tuesday

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  • Course Descriptions | U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
    fuel cells will also be evaluated In addition hybrid cycles that include fuel cells with gas and or steam turbines will be analyzed Credits 3 EE631 Electrical Power Systems After completing this course the student will be able to analyze operate and design power systems in conventional and all electric ships size shipboard power components to meet the load requirements learn to implement the current industry standards and suggest improvements in a real power system he or she is familiar with Prerequisites AC Circuits Electrical Machines and Advanced Math for Engineers Fluency in complex algebra of R j X and phasor diagram is presumed Prerequisites Undergraduate Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Engineering Mathematics Credits 3 EE632 Power Electronics and Applications This graduate level solid state power May 5 2010 electronics course provides a review of the fundamentals of modern power electronics switching devices and their uses for control of AC and DC systems The course covers in more depth rectifiers phase controlled rectifiers inverters DC choppers AC and DC machine controllers and their applications including practical converter design considerations Credits 3 EE633 Shipboard Control Systems After completing this course the students will be familiar with the current state of the maritime offshore controls industry control systems used the board ship and offshore facilities the regulations and rules related to control systems the challenges of operation and maintenance of existing control systems basic control systems theory and be prepared to participate in specification design installation and operation in new and next generation control systems Credits 3 EE634 Marine Electrical Systems and Propulsion After completing this course the students should have obtain the essential background to be able to participate in the analysis operation and design of electrical power production distribution and utilization systems aboard ships and mobile marine structures utilizing conventional propulsion systems and in ships and mobile marine structures utilizing an integrated electrical plant This includes the ability to participate in the selection of shipboard power system components and systems Prerequisites Electrical Power Systems Credits 3 EM640 Economics of Marine Engineering Systems The course objective is building problem solving and decision making skills for the engineering environment Topics include engineering economy theory cost analysis and estimation depreciation and depletion models engineering project economics replacement analysis decision making under risk and uncertainty sensitivity analysis capital budgeting decisions Practical applications to ship design and operations and also to marine equipment manufacturing are presented as case studies Prerequisites Undergraduate Economics Credits 3 EE642 Reliability Engineering and Operations Research The course covers the fundamental theorems in reliability parts failure modes mean time to failure de rating for reliability series and parallel reliabilities systems design with redundancies in active and dormant modes part counts of reliability estimates failure mode and effect analysis MIL Standard 217 Operations Research part of the course covers linear programming optimization under constraints simplex method queuing model transportation model and decision making analysis Pre requisites Advance Mathematics and Probability and Statistics Credits 3 EM645 Marine Engineering Management I The course is intended to

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  • Degree Requirements | U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
    Descriptions Degree Requirements Tentative Course Schedule Tuition Information Degree Requirements Overview Students enrolled in the MMarE program are expected to enroll in core courses prescribed in the MMarE curriculum and to work with an advisor to select elective courses that will satisfy their interest and needs Students are expected to complete the program in five 5 years and meet the program graduation requirements Under special circumstances the expected program completion time may be extended Graduation Requirements The minimum requirements for graduation are Complete the required MMarE syllabus as noted in Academic Program section Successfully complete the required core courses with a minimum grade of C Core course grades of less than C will not be accepted Students who earn a grade less than C in a core course will be required to repeat the course Students who earn a grade of less than C in an elective course will be permitted to repeat the course or select a substitute elective Earn a Cumulative Quality Grade Point Average of 3 0 4 0 for all courses taken including any courses with a grade less then C Updated Wednesday March 20 2013 Contact Us Dr William Caliendo Graduate Program Director Marine Engineering

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  • Tentative Course Offerings | U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
    August EM626 Marine Nuclear Propulsion EM642 Reliability Engineering Operations Research EM661 Propulsion and Propulsors EM680 Thesis Design Project 1 Approval Required EM681 Thesis Design Project 2 Approval Required Fall Semester First week in September through third week December EM610 Computational Methods 1 EM620 Marine Propulsion Systems 2 EM622 Simulation and Optimization of Thermal System 1 EM623 Advanced Marine Materials 1 EM632 Power Electronics and Applications EM633 Shipboard Control Systems EM650 I C Engine Analysis and New Technologies 1 EM680 Thesis Design Project 1 Approval Required EM681 Thesis Design Project 2 Approval Required Spring Semester First week in January through last week April EM621 Advanced Marine Power Systems 1 EM624 Vibrations Of Marine Machinery and Structures EM631 Electrical Power Systems 1 EM634 Marine Electrical Systems and Propulsion EM645 Marine Engineering Management 1 EM660 Hydrostatics and Basic Hydrodynamics 2 EM670 Marine Industry Policy 1 EM680 Thesis Design Project 1 Approval Required EM681 Thesis Design Project 2 Approval Required 1 Required Course 2 Restricted Course required for students who do not have an undergraduate degree in Marine Engineering or Naval Architecture In addition to the required core and elective courses all students will be required to complete an online learning orientation course prior

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  • Tuition Information | U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
    Student Responsibility Application Fee non refundable 125 00 Certificate Program Tuition for certificate programs is the same as for the degree program Tuition Refunds When students are withdrawn from MMarE program courses a refund of tuition will be made as noted below Withdrawal before the first day of classes as published in the Academic Calendar 100 Withdrawal before completion of the first full scheduled week of classes 75 Withdrawal before

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  • Application to the Master in Marine Engineering Program | U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
    the Master in Marine Engineering Program Master of Marine Engineering Program Complete pdf About this Application This application form contains the following portions for applcation to the Master of Marine Engineering Program Admission Application Form 1 Admission Application Form 2 Educational and Professional Background Graduate Admission Recommendation Form Master of Marine Engineering Program Transcript Request Form Related Documents Master of Marine Engineering Program Transcript Request Form Contact Us Graduate Program

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