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Our uncompromising vision is to establish a world-class ocean engineering program that is a pioneer in modern curriculum, an innovator of education techniques, and a leader in key established/emerging research/technology areas.

Employment opportunities exist with private industry, defense contractors, consulting firms, and government agencies.

The Department of Ocean Engineering is jointly hosted on the Texas A&M - College Station campus and the Texas A&M - Galveston campus.

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204 enrolled undergraduate students
77 enrolled graduate students
10 affiliated research laboratories

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