Our alumni enter the workforce ready to take on some of the world’s greatest challenges. We work towards creating responsible and sustainable sources of energy. We design and build some of the largest systems on the planet. We are at the forefront of emerging technologies like automation, robotics, and smart shipping.
We hold positions of leadership in the government and the U.S. Navy to protect the marine environment and the security of the nation. Wherever you go in the world, UM NAME engineers are there, pushing the envelope, protecting the planet, and figuring new ways to create more efficient and safe systems for the future.
An energy system that serves the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
Chris Hart (Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind)
Charlie Meyer (Shell, Oil)
Connie Savander (Maritime Research Associates)
Growth in global trading has led to an explosion in global shipping needs. Carrying billions of tons of goods, ships may be the most important means of transportation of our time.
Lisa Bergeron (American Bureau of Shipping)
Dr. Brant Savander (Maritime Research Associates)
Explore the possibilities of a civilian career in the U.S. Navy which cover virtually every occupation in the maritime world!
Jonathan Holbert (NAVSEA)
Robin White (NAVSEA)
From shipbuilding to oil rigs to seawalls to ship design to electrification to The America's Cup, Offshore Systems is a large and varied field in the Marine Industry.»
The demand for Autonomous and Remotely Operated Underwater and Surface Vehicles as well as for smart shipping technology continues to grow at a rapid rate.
Vittorio Bichucher (McKinsey & Co.)
Yacht design is the pinnacle of naval architecture by combining aerodynamics and hydrodynamics with stability and structures.
Bryan Baker (Aurora Flight Sciences)
Scott H. Ferguson (Scott Ferguson LLC)
Dave Glasco (Kadey-Krogen Yachts)