Bachelor's Degree in Engineering - Naval Engineering Concentration
DegreeBachelor of Engineering
ContactDepartment of Civil, Environmental & Ocean Engineering1.firstname.lastname@example.org
At Stevens, you’ll develop the foundational skills today’s naval engineers need in one of the nation’s highly regarded engineering programs.
Deeply embedded in marine and oceanographic engineering, the naval engineering concentration of our highly regarded engineering program focuses on the study of surface and subsurface ships, aircraft, ocean structures and shore facilities used by the U.S. Navy.
The program focuses on development of physical science, mathematics and modeling skills as well as specialized knowledge in naval architecture, marine engineering, systems engineering and environmental engineering. Expert professors and state-of-the-art facilities train you to design, build, operate and maintain ships and other waterborne vessels and oceanographic technology.
Located across the Hudson River from New York City, the epicenter of ship design and harbor operations, Stevens collaborates with government and private companies in design and testing, ensuring that you get the technical knowledge and practical experience necessary to thrive in the professional world.
You will also have access to the renowned Davidson Laboratory, a nationally-recognized center for maritime design research that attracts external organizations to use its towing tank and wave tank.
More Advantages to our Naval Engineering Program
Credits eligible for the Accelerated Master's Program
Guest speaker series
Areas of Focus
Ship and hull design
Effects of ocean properties on ship transport
Homeland security and waterfront defense technology
Engineering Career Opportunities
The engineering bachelor’s program with a concentration in naval engineering develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for career success. Naval architecture and marine engineering is a top-earning degree with an average salary of $109,121 per year national average four years after graduation.
Career opportunities include:
Vessel Construction and Repair
Marine Transport and Energy
Offshore Wind Farms and Energy
Marine Science and Oceanography
Companies Hiring Naval Engineers:
Gibbs & Cox, Navatek, Lockheed-Martin, Naval Surface Warfare Center - Carderock, Austal, Metal Shark Boats, Viking Yachts, Chevron