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Our Six Undergraduate Majors

  • Bachelor of Science degree; 120 semester units
  • Preparation for careers in international maritime business and global logistics
  • Theoretical foundation of knowledge and practical level of experiential learning
  • One multi-week, study-abroad experience and one co-op
  • Accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), http://www.iacbe.org
  • A wide variety of land and sea-based career options
  • Class of 2016: Percent hired in their field within three months of graduation – 94%, Average starting salary – $53,300
  • This Degree’s List of Courses Required for Graduation (sample for prospective students)

The Business Administration major, with its emphasis in International Business and Logistics, is an interdisciplinary degree that will provide opportunities for you to gain essential skills in various aspects of international business, logistics, and supply chain management. The major combines real-world training, including co-op educational experiences, study-abroad opportunities, and one multi-week, study-abroad experience, with a solid foundation of international business and logistics courses. This degree also gives you the prerequisites for an MBA program. Read more about this major and its academic department by clicking here.

  • Bachelor of Science degree; 153 semester units
  • Preparation for careers designing, operating and maintaining land-based physical plants, power generation, and engineering systems.
  • Practical experience, including simulators, coupled with theoretical background
  • One training cruise and two co-ops
  • Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org
  • Class of 2016: Percent hired in their field within three months of graduation – 97%, Average starting salary – $73,250
  • A wide variety of land-based career options. See a list of recent employers hiring Cal Maritime graduates
  • This Degree’s List of Courses Required for Graduation (sample for prospective students

Engineering technology coursework, simulators, and co-ops prepare you to work in the operation and maintenance of engineering systems such as those found in power generation plants, universities, hospitals, stadiums, and high-tech manufacturing facilities. In addition to your bachelor’s degree, you will earn your Certified Plant Engineer-in-Training certificate, preparing you to become a facility engineer in shoreside industries. Read more about this major and its academic department by clicking here.

  • Bachelor of Arts degree; 120 semester units
  • Preparation for careers in maritime security (port security, vessel piracy, and maritime terrorism), maritime trade and economics, maritime environmental policy, and maritime law. See examples of firms and agencies recently hiring Cal Maritime graduates.
  • Internationally focused coursework, internships, and study abroad opportunities
  • One multi-week, study-abroad experience and one co-op
  • Class of 2016: Percent hired in their field within three months of graduation – 91%, Average starting salary – $48,000
  • This Degree’s List of Courses Required for Graduation (sample for prospective students)

Global Studies and Maritime Affairs combines a rigorous foundation in international relations and the social sciences with an emphasis in maritime and environmental policy. A combination of coursework, internships, and study abroad opportunities prepares you to be a leader and decision-maker for global maritime policy agencies, organizations, and corporations. Additionally, the curriculum focus will provide rigorous preparation for further study at the graduate level in transportation, environmental policy, and law. Read more about this major and its academic department by clicking here .

  • Bachelor of Science degree; 161 semester units
  • U.S. Coast Guard license – Third Assistant Engineer
  • Preparation for operating and maintaining engineering systems on a ship as a licensed engineering officer
  • Practical experience, including simulators, coupled with math and science coursework
  • Three training cruises
  • May participate in U.S. Navy or U.S. Coast Guard programs leading to a reserve officer’s commission
  • Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org
  • A wide variety of sea-based or shoreside career options. See a list of recent employers hiring Cal Maritime graduates .
  • Class of 2016: Percent hired in their field within three months of graduation – 97%, Average starting salary – $70,500 plus overtime which is typical aboard a ship.
  • This Degree’s List of Courses Required for Graduation (sample for prospective students)

The Marine Engineering Technology (MET) major prepares you to work as a licensed Third Assistant Engineer on U.S. ships on any ocean regardless of tonnage, horsepower, and size. Three training cruises, engineering coursework, and lots of hands-on learning give you the theory and decision-making skills needed to design, operate, and maintain the physical plant of a ship. Read more about this major and its academic department by clicking here.


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