Current Students

There are numerous opportunities in a unique and growing department with relevant coursework taught by experienced research faculty and professional mariners.

Internships & Job Opportunities    

Love What You Do

Along with the career planning assistance found through the Career Services Office on campus, the Department of Marine Engineering Technology has faculty with relationships within the industry which puts students in a great position to make a seamless transition from student to professional. Whether it’s a summer internship or the first full-time position after graduation, the department is equipped and eager to assist its students in achieving their goals.

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The Marine Engineering Technology Department offers the following specialized scholarships:

  • American Bureau of Shipping Engineering Scholarship
  • American Bureau of Shipping Senior Award
  • Brooke Heather Chapman Memorial Scholarship
  • Carl H. Haglund and Michael E. Resner Scholarship
  • Joseph B. Morreale Memorial Scholarship
  • Marine Technology Society Dynamic Positioning Scholarship
  • Marine Technology Society Houston Section Endowed Scholarship
  • Marine Technology Society Houston Section Scholarship
  • SEACOR Marine, LLC Scholarship
  • W. Hollis Fitch Opportunity Scholarship

*For more information see the Major Specific Scholarships link below

There are numerous general scholarships available for students entering college, continuing their education, or transferring from the community college system. While some scholarships have qualifying criteria, most are open to all applicants. Veterans are encouraged to review the benefits available to them at the Veterans Services Office. Texas A&M University at Galveston also has scholarships and assistantships available for graduate students.

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Education Abroad    

Travel the World

TAMUG is a part of the greater Texas A&M Network, which has one of the largest education abroad programs in the country. Students are encouraged to dive into these opportunities and participate in a variety of exhilarating and rewarding experiences that span study, volunteer, research and service learning options. Students will experience new cultures, learn different perspectives, and meet life-long friends in these life-changing programs.

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