The Marine Transportation Occupational Endorsement provides training for mariners to advance in the wide variety of positions and vessels in the marine industry. The courses and instructor are US Coast Guard approved for testing in class and articulate with the AAS in Marine Transportation.
REQUIREMENTS (2012-2013 CATALOG)
|Minimum Credit Hours||9|
|Advisor approved from the following (at least one course must be 200-level):|
|MT||S129||Basic Safety Training**||2|
|MT||S132||Basic Navigation & Piloting*||4|
|MT||S226||Ratings Forming Part of a Navigation Watch**||1|
|MT||S228||Fast Rescue Boat**||2|
|MT||S230||Proficient in Survival Craft**||2|
|MT||S239||Master 100 Ton & OUPV*||5|
|MT||S240||Upgrade from 100 Ton to 200 Ton*||2|
|MT||S242||Advanced Fire Fighting**||2|
|MT||S282||Marine Transportation Lab||3|
|* USCG Approved for testing in class|
** USCG Approved to meet the requirements of the international convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) 95 for Seafarers.
2600 Seventh Ave.
Ketchikan, AK 99901
11120 Glacier Highway
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Ph: Diana Chaudhary 907-228-4568
or Dale Miller 907-228-4575
Ph: 888 550-6177 ext. 4575 (toll free)
Program website: www.uas.alaska.edu/career_ed/maritime