Ocean Engineering Master's Program
DegreeMaster of Engineering
ContactGraduate Admissions1.888.511.1306[email protected]
Gain technology-centric research and development skills at one of the nation’s top ocean engineering schools, as ranked by College Factual and College Gazette.
Ocean engineering is a growing and evolving field with a variety of career paths, including marine administration, naval architecture and environmental studies. At Stevens, you’ll engage in applied research with some of the top faculty in ocean engineering, working on projects related to pressing issues like predicting extreme weather, mapping currents, protecting communities against environmental hazards and enhancing port performance. Because Stevens houses one of the only ocean engineering programs in the northeast, our graduates are highly sought-after by organizations like the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U.S. Office of Naval Research and Lockheed Martin.
Civil, Environmental, & Ocean Engineering Research at Stevens
Learn more about research in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering.
The Stevens Advantage
Stevens’ Hoboken, N.J., location gives access to the living laboratory that is the New York Harbor and New Jersey coast. On campus, you’ll benefit from Stevens’ array of national research partnerships and work in renowned labs and facilities, including the Maritime Security Center (a National Center of Excellence), the Davidson Laboratory for experimental marine hydrodynamics and the Vibration Acoustics Laboratory.
More Advantages to our Program
Access to world class towing tank and wave flume
Experience with three research vessels
Evening and online courses available
Putting You on Track for Professional Success
The ocean engineering master's program develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for career success in a variety of career roles like:
Maritime Security Expert
Underwater Systems Engineer
Our graduates have been hired at: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Lockheed Martin, U.S. Office of Naval Research, Langan Engineering, Mott MacDonald, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries