ASNE-Tidewater
ODU

College of Engineering
ASNE Tidewater - Old Dominion University Partnership in Engineering

Contact Information:

ODU Faculty Advisor
Dr. Jennifer Michaeli
ODU Chapter President Brain Johnson
ODU Chapter Vice President Dareni Farrar
ODU Chapter Secretary Adam Daniels
ODU Chapter Treasurer Robert Doerner

Schoarships Awarded at September, 2015 ASNE-TW Dinner Meeting:

Yurso and Donohue

POST JOBS & INTERNSHIPS


Undergraduate programs:

  Marine Engineering Technology

A TAC/ABET degree program, students receive a a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology and are eligible to take the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam - the first step in obtaining a professional engineering license -P.E.

Nuclear Engineering Technology
A TAC/ABET degree completion program for enlisted personnel who have completed the US Navy Nuclear Power School, students receive a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology and are eligible to take the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam - the first step in obtaining a professional engineering licensee -P.E.

  Minor in Marine Engineering
The minor in marine engineering is open to all students with the exception of those students in the Mechanical Engineering Technology program's Marine Engineering option.  Students seeking the minor must satisfy all pre- or co- requisite requirements for the courses selected.  The minor is multidisciplinary and consists of four courses in topics that are relevant to the shipbuilding, maintenance, repair and maritime operations industries.  The course requirements are as follows:  MET 475 Principles of Naval Engineering I, met 476 Principles of Marine Engineering II, ME 450 Principles of Naval Architecture and ME 417/AE 417 Propulsion Systems.


ODU-ASNE Student Chapter, Principles of Marine Engineering I and II Maintenance Engineering Guest Speaker Form
(please forward, along with a brief biography or resume
to Dr. Tony Dean)

Guest lecturer disciplines desired in all areas of Marine Engineering, ship building, combatant craft, naval architecture, maintenance, repair and operations.  Systems experts in diesels, nuclear systems (propulsion), conventional propulsion, and electrical propulsion steam systems, hydraulics, combat systems, and weapons systems are also strongly desired for both the class room and for Student chapter meetings.

Other Programs of Interest to ASNE Members:

Doctor of Engineering (D.Eng.)
The Batten College of Engineering and Technology now offers an interdisciplinary Doctor of Engineering (D.Eng.) program to provide the Commonwealth and the nation with exceptionally educated engineering practitioners. These individuals will have developed the highest possible capability to provide innovative solutions in specialized engineering endeavors. The graduates of the program will meet the highest standards for advanced level engineering and leadership positions in industry and government.

Continuing Education and Specialized Course
Instruction/Development in conjunction with the Virginia
Applied Technology & Professional Development Center

Continuing Education and Specialized Course Instruction/Development -Virginia Applied Technology & Professional Development Center (VATPDC is one of several of the Batten College of Engineering and Technology Enterprise Centers) provides cost effective, consulting services to a wide range of manufacturing and service-based organizations. The center also provides quality, performance-based programs to support the professional development requirements of the engineer and technical professional.


Ship Maintenance, Repair and Operations Institute (SMRO)
One of eight Institutes in the Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology (BCET) The Ship Maintenance, Repair and Operations Institute promotes a sound engineering approach to resolve the common problems in shipbuilding and ship repair. Newly developed technologies are allowing for the continued design and development of much more complex ships with a host of innovative concepts and requirements. The cost of construction of these next generation ships, budgetary restraints, and other factors has also made it so necessary to maintain, adapt, and extend the life of existing Naval and Commercial vessels to meet operational requirements and maintain our maritime dominance both militarily and commercially.  As we extend and adapt technology to become implemented across the wide variety of vessel platforms in existence the need for academia to assist the Hampton Roads shipbuilding and repair industry to develop new and creative ways to face the next generation of challenges in  Ship Maintenance, Repair and Operations.

Hampton Roads NROTC
Hampton Roads NROTC (ODU - Norfolk State - Hampton University )- The Hampton Roads Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps is one of the largest officer training battalions in the nation consisting of over 250 Sailors, Marines, and Midshipmen. It is comprised of a three school consortium that includes Old Dominion University, Norfolk State University, and Hampton University. Since the NROTC Hampton Roads Consortium was established in 1982, the unit has commissioned more than 1163 men and women as officers in the United States Navy and Marine Corps.

Military Distance Learning
Military Distance Learning - Old Dominion's affiliation with the military and Department of Defense agencies is a long and proud tradition.  We are committed to helping service members and their families achieve their educational goals by employing advanced technologies to meet the needs of today's busy students with courses that are accessible, convenient, and affordable.  Military students at Old Dominion University will find a highly skilled and friendly staff, teamed with an outstanding array of distinguished faculty, many of whom are former military themselves who have been recognized for teaching excellence and scholarship.