M.S. in Ocean Engineering
Applicants should have completed a baccalaureate degree in either chemical, civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering or have an equivalent background. For information about how to apply, please visit the UNH Graduate School.
Ocean Mapping Option
Each student is required to take these core courses:
|OE 810||Ocean Measurements Lab|
|OE/ESCI 871||Geodesy and Positioning for Ocean Mapping|
|OE 874||Fundamentals of Ocean Mapping I|
|OE 875||Fundamentals of Ocean Mapping II|
|OE 895||Underwater Acoustics|
|OE 972||Hydrographic Field Course|
|OE 990||Ocean Seminars I|
|OE 991||Ocean Seminars II|
In addition, each student must select at least 4 additional approved credits, including one course from these electives:
|OE 854||Waves and Tides|
|OE 857||Coastal Engineering|
|OE 895||Time Series Analysis|
|ESCI 858||Physical Oceanography|
Students are also required to complete a master's thesis for 6 credits.
IHO/FIG/ICA Category A Recognotion
Students may fulfill the Category A (professional) International Federation of Surveyors/International Hydrographic Organization/International Cartographic Association (IHO/FIG/ICA) Standards of Competence for Hydrographic Surveyors by completing some additional specialized requirements.