Economic Success Measures - Texas

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      Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

      Area of Study (CIP) Code: [14.2201]

      Area of Study Description

      A program that prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of self-propelled, stationary, or towed vessels operating on or under the water, including inland, coastal and ocean environments; and the analysis of related engineering problems such as corrosion, power transfer, pressure, hull efficiency, stress factors, safety and life support, environmental hazards and factors, and specific use requirements.

      Median First-Year Earnings by Degree Level

      Detailed Breakdown (Five Years of Data)

      Degree Level Institutions with Disclosable Programs # of Graduates/ Completers % of Graduates/ Completers with Wage Data Median First-Year Earnings Avg. Time to Degree (Years) SAT 25th - 75th Percentile ACT 25th - 75th Percentile Average Tuition and Fees per Year
       Baccalaureate (Univ) 1 institutions 70 60.00 % $84,457 5.4 N/A N/A N/A
      Texas A&M University at Galveston 70 60.00 % $84,457 5.4 990-1180 21-25 $7,578
      All listed SAT/ACT Score Ranges and Average Tuition and Fees are by institution and may vary by degree program.

      Welcome to Economic Success Measures - Texas

      The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board is pleased to make publicly available a tool that can provide students and parents with information on the first year earnings of graduates of Texas public higher education institutions. Data are provided for graduates of 4-year universities, 2-year community colleges, and state technical colleges.


      Converting Data into Meaningful Information

      While this online tool provides a valid and reliable measure of the benefits of a college degree it is important you are aware there are limitations on what can be inferred from the data provided: