Located on the coast of Maine, Maine Maritime Academy (MMA) is a career-oriented, equal opportunity, coeducational, public and maritime college of engineering, transportation, science and management. The aim is to provide quality education programs which will allow students to assume leadership roles and provide skills and knowledge needed to succeed in todays competitive global environment.
Academic departments include, Maritime Engineering, Thompson School of Marine Transportation, Naval Science, Corning School of Ocean Studies, and Loeb-Sullivan School of International Business & Logistics.
Maine Maritime's impeccable academic reputation evolves continuously to meet today's needs and tomorrow's concerns. Academic programs are designed and managed by a faculty from diverse academic backgrounds, from industrial positions in engineering, ship operations, marine science, maritime management, and small vessel design and operation. In addition to their teaching assignments, faculty members serve as academic advisors and participate in a variety of academic pursuits such as research and consulting.
The Academy offers the following baccalaureate degree academic majors at its Castine campus:
The Academy offers the following associate degree academic majors at its Castine campus:
*These majors lead to a US Coast Guard unlimited license and require participation in the Regiment of Midshipmen. See the catalog section entitled Student Life for information on the Regiment.
**Marine Systems Engineering (Non-License Track) requires first-year students to participate in the Regiment of Midshipmen and the first-year cruise.
***Small Craft Design and Small Vessel Systems are offered as Associate Degree Programs by Maine Maritime Academy in association with The Landing School of Boatbuilding and Design in Kennebunkport, Maine. Residence at Maine Maritime Academy is required for the first year at Castine and at The Landing School in Kennebunkport for the second year of the program.
LOEB-SULLIVAN SCHOOL’S Master of Science degree is a 36-credit hour program:
To apply following items are required:
Graduate Admissions: Accredited baccalaureate degree or equivalent, Academic capability demonstrated by college gradepoint average, scores on either the GRE or GMAT, and evidence of motivation for completing the program as demonstrated by the candidate’s personal statement of intent and letters of recommendation. TOEFL/IELTS required for applicants whose language of education is not English.