Naval Engineering

Naval Engineers design, build, and maintain ships. This includes aircraft carriers, sailboats, tankers, and even submarines.  Typically, they are responsible for the inside structures of a ship, such as the propulsion, refrigeration, electrical, and steering systems.

The associations listed below represent organizations made up of people (members) who work and promote advancement in the field.  Associations provide opportunities to network, develop professional relationships, learn more about a field’s trends and directions, and many even provide job postings.

If you think you are interested in a career in Naval Engineering, there are programs at technical, community, and public and private colleges to help you prepare for this line of work.  Use the College Search Tool to begin your discovery.  Enter the keyword ‘maritime’ into the search field.