Landing School

May 12, 2020

You, or someone you know, might have an interest in expanding their career in the boat business. The Landing School blends modern yacht design, wooden boat building, composite boat building, and marine systems under one roof, offering a diversity of marine industry technology education. The School bridges the gap between theory and practice to provide graduates with the skills and understanding necessary for current employment opportunities and future career growth. The School offers four 1-year diploma program options and six pathways to a 2- year Associate of Applied Science degree in Marine Industry Technology. Diploma and degree options are both designed to prepare students for a rich career in the marine industry.


The student body is comprised of high school graduates, gap year students, adult learners, second career seekers, international students and veterans seeking a career in the marine industry. In addition, some of their students are retired or taking a break from formal academics and find that spending time at The Landing School invaluable. Because the School offers a diversity of marine industry technology education, students come from all over the world and from all walks of life.

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