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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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Offshore wind turbines are large floating devices placed in deep waters supported by a platform to convert wind energy into electric power. This emerging technology enables the extraction of renewable wind energy from vast oceanic areas.

Sophia Esteban encourages her peers and prospective college students to find something to be passionate about and stick to it. Esteban has pursued her own advice and followed a passion to eventually work for the ocean view maps department at Google, Inc.

After becoming captivated with the Texas A&M University at Galveston campus, William “Mick” Prouse decided to pursue a degree in ocean engineering, with a concentration in coastal studies.