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Marine engineers are specialist engineers who have the knowledge and expertise required to design, construct, and maintain all types of water vehicles, from sailboats to submarines, tankers and aircraft carriers. As part of their job, marine engineers prepare detailed schematics and drawings, test and maintain machinery and equipment, and prepare technical reports and cost estimates. They are typically employed in the boat and ship building industry, water transportation services and the oil and gas extraction industry.
A bachelor's degree in marine engineering, marine engineering technology, or marine systems engineering is necessary to work in this role. These programs cover courses that range from mechanics of materials to fluid mechanics and ship hull strength. An internship under the guidance of an experienced professional will help you obtain the necessary practical skills that are critical in this role. Marine engineers must have a good eye for detail with strong precision, analytical, mechanical, problem-solving and math skills.
Prospective employers will take extra care to ensure that they are selecting the right applicant for the job so be prepared for a rigorous interview. Before you go for the interview, spend some time thinking about how you will convince the interviewer that you have what it takes to work as a marine engineer and that you are passionate about this career path. To know more about the kinds of questions that are typically asked at marine engineer interviews, go to Mock Questions.