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Maritime Technologies Specialization: Electrical, Associate of Applied Science


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Program Code: 746-01

The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Maritime Technologies is designed to prepare students seeking careers in the maritime industry or those who are in maritime-related apprenticeship programs to gain the necessary increase in skill level to move into supervisory positions both within their technical fields and within their companies.

Secondarily, this program is designed to prepare novice students for employment in a variety of areas within the maritime industry, to include the following: electrician, electronics technician, inside machinist, outside machinist, pipefitter, rigger, painter, carpenter, insulator, shipfitter, welder and sheetmetal worker. The program provides students with a comprehensive set of maritime industry-related skills that employers seek when selecting technicians for their industry.

Graduates of the Maritime Technologies program who have also completed a registered apprenticeship program will be prepared to apply for supervisory positions within the maritime industry or to pursue a career pathway to a university in a related program. Those graduates who entered the program with no maritime experience will be prepared to apply for positions within the industry.

Semester Total: 17


Semester 2


Semester Total: 16


Semester 3


Semester Total: 18


Semester 4


Semester Total: 16-17


Program Total Minimum Credits: 67-68


Program Footnotes:


1 Eligible courses are listed under General Education Core Requirements . Students should consult with an academic advisor or counselor to choose the appropriate course(s).

2 Approved Mathematics Elective must be taken from the following: MTH 111 , MTH 131 , MTH 161 .

3 Approved Electives:

Choose a course mix of 15-16 credits from the following: (Electrician, Electronics Technician) ELE 145 , ELE 146 , ELE 150 , ELE 174 , ELE 233 , ELE 239 , MRT 160 , MRT 210  

4 Credit for MRT 197  and MRT 297  may be met through documented technical expertise and skills mastered by a journeyman.

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