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Majoring in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering [Our Oceans: Our Future]

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A major in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering is one of the most valuable in America. It gives high earnings and high levels of employment. The University of Michigan prides itself on being one of the top schools for NAME in the country. This film will show why Michigan Engineering has a 130 year history of excellence and will feature its Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory and will look at its M-Sea vision which looks to the future of marine engineering.
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 The ‘Blue Work TV’ SeriesVisually highlighting marine, maritime and water-related career opportunities for the 5th-10th grade age demographic audienceBlue Work TV is a series of 2-3 minute video segments featured in a unique digital media platform on Internet TV Channel Maritime TV to extend social media outreach to youth and mainstream media outlets about the full spectrum of exceptional and rewarding water-related workforce opportunities that are available in an industry that is so vitally important to the nation.

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The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) has underwritten an initial commitment of three Blue Work TV Series segments for the occupations of Naval Architect, Marine Engineer and Ocean Engineer.