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The MIT Department of Ocean Engineering is the oldest of its kind and one of the few in the United States to offer degrees in naval architecture and marine engineering, and in ocean engineering. The department offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in ocean engineering. In addition, we offer graduate degrees in naval architecture and marine engineering, ocean systems management, naval engineering, and oceanographic engineering. With approximately 120 of MIT's 10,000 students, it combines the advantages of a small, friendly department with the Institute's unparalleled academic and research assets. Students in search of a career that will both test and reward them should look to the sea--and to MIT's Department of Ocean Engineering.
For nearly a century, MIT has been a leading center of ship research and design, and is widely recognized for its contributions in such areas as hydrodynamics, ship structural mechanics and dynamics, propeller design, and overall ship design. The Pratt School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, which was established through a bequest to MIT in 1912, is an integral part of the Department of Ocean Engineering. Building upon this historical base, the department's curriculum today offers studies in all systems that must operate in an ocean environment.
Since the term naval architecture may imply a restriction to ship system design, we changed the name of our department to ocean engineering over 20 years ago to reflect our involvement in a much wider range of ocean systems. The range of system types that we address continues to expand, including now, autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).
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