Majors and Minors
The business administration major, with its emphasis in international business and logistics (IBL), is a practical, industry-focused degree that will provide opportunities for you to gain essential skills in various aspects of international business, logistics, and supply chain management.
Global Studies and Maritime Affairs
Global studies and maritime affairs combines a rigorous foundation in international relations and the social sciences with an emphasis in maritime and environmental policy. The maritime political science program is one centered on international safety and security concerned with port security, vessel piracy and maritime terrorism.
The marine transportation (MT) major provides you with a broad understanding of the maritime industry, as well as navigation and ship-handling skills.
Math and science-intensive coursework and hands-on experiences give you the skills you need to work in a variety of positions in the research, design, development, and evaluation of engineering systems. New concentrations this fall include Energy Design and Mechanical Design.
Facilities Engineering Technology
Engineering technology coursework, simulators, and co-ops prepare you to work in the operation and maintenance of engineering systems such as those found in power generation plants, universities, hospitals, stadiums, and high-tech manufacturing facilities.
Marine Engineering Technology
The marine engineering technology (MET) major prepares you to work as a licensed third assistant engineer on U.S. ships on any ocean regardless of tonnage, horsepower, and size.
Oceanography capitalizes on our location on the shores of the SF Estuary, the largest on the west coast. Committed to ocean literacy and sustainability, the program is rooted in ocean observation, life sciences and course-based undergraduate research experiences (CURE).
*(Strategic Sealift Midshipman Program)