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Undergraduate Course Catalog 2013-2014

Special University Programs

Ocean Engineering (OE)

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Professor: Kenneth C. Baldwin, Barbaros Celikkol, Larry A. Mayer, M. Robinson Swift, Igor I. Tsukrov, Colin Ware
Research Professor: James Irish, Yuri Rzhanov
Affiliate Professor: Andrew Armstrong, Christopher E. Parrish
Associate Professor: Allen D. Drake, Diane L. Foster
Research Associate Professor: Brian R. Calder, Thomas C. Lippmann, Larry G. Ward
Affiliate Associate Professor: David Monahan
Assistant Professor: Thomas Weber
Research Assistant Professor: Judson DeCew, Shachak Pe'eri
Affiliate Assistant Professor: John Kelley
Affiliate Research Associate Professor: Lee Alexander

Ocean Engineering Minor
The ocean engineering minor allows undergraduate engineering students to acquire a nucleus of knowledge about engineering pertaining to the ocean and the coastal zone.

To meet the University minor requirement, students must satisfactorily complete a minimum of five courses from the following list: ESCI 501, Introduction to Oceanography; OE 690, Introduction to Ocean Engineering; ESCI 752, Chemical Oceanography; ESCI 758, Introductory Physical Oceanography; ESCI 759, Geological Oceanography; OE 710, Ocean Measurements Lab; OE 744, Corrosion; OE 754, Ocean Waves and Tides; OE 756, Principles of Naval Architecture and Model Testing; OE 757, Coastal Engineering and Processes; OE 765, Underwater Acoustics; OE 771, Geodesy and Positioning for Ocean Mapping; OE 795, Special Topics in Ocean Engineering; ENE 747, Introduction to Marine Pollution and Control; and TECH 797, Undergraduate Ocean Research Program. Ordinarily, students typically take ESCI 501, TECH 797, and OE 690 plus two additional engineering courses from the above list to complete the minor.

Students wishing to take the ocean engineering minor should indicate their interest to the ocean engineering minor adviser, Kenneth C. Baldwin, (603) 862-1898, (, Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory, no later than the beginning of the junior year. During the final semester, students must apply to the dean to have the minor shown on their transcript. 

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