- Maritime Training Courses:
- 18 classes in Marine Transportation
- 3 classes in Welding Technology
- 3 classes in Diesel Technology
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Associate of Applied Science – Marine Transportation
This degree provides a strong foundation to a maritime career. It prepares individuals to handle the responsibilities of a limited tonnage vessel officer or owner. Graduates who meet sea time and other U.S. Coast Guard requirements will be qualified to work as a Captain on vessels up to 200 Tons depending on previous onboard experience and electives chosen. Many of the courses in the program are offered over a one or two week period or via distance to accommodate working mariners or military personnel. A keystone of the program is completion of assigned projects relating to experience working onboard a vessel.
Chart A Course For Your Future…
Make your living on the high seas – or the more sheltered waters of Southeast Alaska! Either way, UAS has the coursework needed to set you on the path to a successful maritime career. Using a combination of seatime and maritime classes, taken at either the UAS Ketchikan or Juneau campus, you can advance from Deckhand to Third Mate. Check out our career paths below to see which one best fits your personal needs.
If you have a question, please contact Gail Klein at 907-228-4508 or firstname.lastname@example.org