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Navigate Your Career. Summer Term Marine Technology Classes for New Students

Take the helm! Broward College’s Marine Engineering Management program announces the start of classes leading to an Associate of Applied Science degree in marine technology.

For the first time since the program’s inception, new students are being accepted for Summer term with classes beginning May 13, 2013 at the state-of-the-art Marine Center of Excellence, 7451 Riviera Boulevard, Miramar.
 
At Broward College Marine you will learn the practical details of your craft from instructors who have real world experience working on the technologically advanced systems of today’s yachts, mega-yachts and super-yachts. It is a hands-on program that will allow you to master all the skills in high demand by the marine industry today.
 
So chart your future in marine engineering and learn more about the Associate of Applied Science program in Marine Technology by visiting Broward College’s Marine Engineering Management program website at www.broward.edu/marine, where you can learn more about the admissions requirements, financial aid, American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) certifications and much, much more.
 
From there, put your new plans in motion, by calling Anthony DiGirolamo, the program recruiter, at 954-201-8616 or contact him by email at adigiro1@broward.edu.
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