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Marine Engineering Training (Over 35 Engineering Programs such as:) 5 Week Diesel Propulsion Systems ***USCG Approved Crossover Course, good for 75 sea days***

Repair Techniques for Slow/Medium Speed Diesels

Shipboard Electronic Control Systems

Basic and Advanced Welding/Pipefitting

Basic and Advanced Machine Shop

Auxiliary Systems for Marine Engineers

Sulzer Control Systems

Fundamentals of Diesel Engines

Pump Operation, Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Marine Diesel Surveyor

Marine Refrigeration ***Certified under the new Environmental Protection Agency***

Marine Engineering Economics

Ship Maintenance and Repair

Basic and Advanced Alignment Solutions

AutoCad 2000

Vessel Activation for Strategic Sealift

Programmable Logic Controllers ***CU5TOMIZEb TRAINING PROGRAMS


The United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMM A) at Kings

Point, New York is one of the five federal service academies and the America's premier maritime institution. Along with the undergraduate program, USMMA offers the most extensive maritime and transportation continuing education program in the

United States. Most courses are one to two-weeks in duration.

We teach over 35 Marine Engineering courses and over 100 other courses in Nautical

Science, Maritime Business, and Intermodal

Transportation. Out instructor staff includes outstanding USMMA faculty, guest lecturers, and industrial experts. "Hands-on" lab exercises compliment classroom lecture where we use the Academy's 22 magnificent engineering laboratories and waterfront vessels. In addition to regularly scheduled courses, we can also tailor programs to meet specific company or organization needs.



USMMA Global Maritime and

Transportation School

Samuels Hall 300 Steamboat Road

Kings Point NY 11024-1699



E-mail:[email protected]


Vision: To be a world leader in providing professional maritime education and training

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