Courtesy of Ron Holland
The Master of Engineering in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering (MEng NAME) is an interdisciplinary, industry-focused program that trains students in the design and construction of ships and other structures in the marine environment. The comprehensive and innovative curriculum draws material from Mechanical, Civil, and Materials Engineering, and offers instruction by both leading researchers and industry professionals. Students leave the program prepared for immediate and stimulating work in a vital and growing industry.
(Have 3+ years of industry experience and an interest in project management? Check out UBC’s Master of Engineering Leadership in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering as well.)
Pete Ostafichuk honoured with the national Wighton Fellowship
June 14, 2017
Marine Log Features NAME’s MEng and MEL Programs
January 6, 2017
Welcome 2017 Master of Engineering Leadership students!
December 9, 2016
Life on a Tanker: work hard, play hard
The program involves 8 months of intensive coursework that focuses on the design, construction, maintenance and operation of waterborne vehicles.
Eligible students will have the opportunity to complete a 4-month internship at a marine-related company or agency.
Industry is engaged in all aspects of the program, from curriculum development to project mentorship, to ensure that students get the right education for the jobs that await them.
We want to attract passionate students from a variety of engineering disciplines and provide them with the best instruction available, and access to the best design tools, so they can lead the marine sector into the 21st century.
– Jon Mikkelsen, Program Director
“Getting a chance to be a part of the NAME program at UBC was a great experience. Having small size classes, a close knit group of students and interesting courses with extra support from the professors and staff were only some of the advantages. The chance to get an internship in the industry was an added bonus as it provided working experience and contacts.”
“The final design project is one of the most valuable aspects of the program. It gives you a chance to learn from, and collaborate with, industry leaders. You cannot put a price tag on that.”
Dan (Industry mentor)
“Working on a realistic ship design project is a great way for students to learn about the ship design process and learn to work together as a team. It is a tremendous experience for their careers.”