Schools and Academic Departments
Three schools were established as part of the strategic priorities of the College. Each school is designated with its own respective Dean to lead the school and its specific programs of study. At the core of these three schools and seven departments, is the training and preparation of future mariners by distinguished faculty who teach in the College's 13 degree programs.
The School of Engineering accommodates the largest group of students at the College, and serves to oversee all engine licensing programs
School of Business, Science and Humanities
The School of Business, Science and Humanities contains the three largest service departments of the College and generates a large portion of the full-time equivalents in the workforce. Both master's degree programs are housed in this school.
Global Business and Transportation
School of Maritime Education and Training
The School of Maritime Education and Training houses the departments and programs associated with marine transportation, maritime technology and operations, naval science, professional mariner training, and licensing and Cadet shipping.
Maritime Technology & Operations
The Department of Engineering offers Bachelor of Engineering degrees in Electrical Engineering, Facilities Engineering, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture.
The Department of Global Business and Transportation offers the Bachelor of Science in International Transportation and Trade and the Master of Science in International Transportation Management.
The Department of Humanities offers a Bachelor of Science in Maritime Studies and a Master of Science in Maritime and Naval Studies. Its faculty members also teach many of the general education courses.
The Department of Science offers the Bachelor of Science in Marine Environmental Science and required general education math and science courses.
The Marine Technology and Operations department offers common courses to both deck and engine license students. The department also offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Marine Operations (Engine) and administers the College's two Associate Degree programs and U.S. Coast Guard approved programs for a limited deck or limited engine license.
The Department of Marine Transportation offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Marine Transportation and Marine Operations (Deck).
The Naval Science department oversees all of the Naval Science courses offered at the College, as well as commissioning programs for the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.