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Transcript of Ocean Engineer
Job Description, Work Tasks and Necessary Skills and Abilities
Education and Training Required
Ocean engineers use a combination of electrical, civil, mechanical and general engineering feilds to help them work with oceanographers, marine biologists to make new tools to help with researching projects. The tools can be used to figure out the seafloor formation and measure earthquake activity or study tides. Ocean engineers can work with teams or independently. They have to be able to work in severe weathers so if they have to they can..
They are responsible to make tools and devices that can stand salt water and stay in the sea for a long period of time, they will also have to fix any damages that happens.
Necessary Skills and abilities
Ocean Engineers begin with earning a bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline, the bachelors degree would give an overview of the ocean environment and teach them methods of research such as analysis, construction and operation of the systems.
Colleges and Degrees
To be an Ocean Engineer you have to have a bachelor's degree in engineering, some schools that have Ocean Engineering are...
-University Of Florida
-Florida Atlantic University
-University Of New Hampshire
-Oregon State University
-University Of Rhode Island
-Texas A&M University
9-17% in 2010-2020
Why this career does /doesn't appeal to me
I don't like this job because I don't like doing research or math I want to be a photographer...