Opportunities for Public Input on New Fall 2020 Impaction Plan.
This proposed plan will create a way to control the number of students admitted our new Oceanography program if the number of CSU-qualified applicants to the program exceeds our capacity.
Information defining impaction, indicating the impaction timeline, and describing Cal Maritime plans to implement impaction is located via the navigation links on the left. If you have questions or comments about future program impaction at Cal Maritime, you may use one of the opportunities listed below to share them with us.
Attend one of three meetings in which the public as well as administrators from local secondary school districts and community colleges have been invited to the Cal Maritime campus to discuss impaction to our new Oceanography program Fall 2020. These meetings are open to the public..
For all other degree programs, see the individual notes below
- B.S. in Facilities Engineering Technology (Contact Admission Office for Fall 2020) - B.S. in Marine Transportation (Next entry term is Fall 2021) - B.S. in Marine Engineering Technology (Contact Admission Office for Fall 2020) - B.S. in Mechanical Engineering - General Option (Next entry term is Fall 2021) - B.S. in Mechanical Engineering - U.S. Coast Guard License Option (Next entry term is Fall 2021)