Marine Electrical Technology

  • Marine Engineering Technology Department |
  • English

Program Description

• Analyze and apply the knowledge, understanding and proficiency while providing services to the maritime industry. • Lead and engage in teams in problem solving tasks through analytical thinking and effective communicative abilities. • Continue to advance his/her knowledge and competencies to explore future development in the maritime industries. • Practice ethical and professional values in providing services to the recipients and providers of the maritime industry.

Learning Outcomes

  • Upon completion of their course, students will be capable graduate Marine Electrical Engineers, and able to: a. Demonstrate a high level of autonomy, professional accountability and ethical conduct through the application of design, research and project management techniques while concurrently displaying an awareness of professional marine electrical engineering practice. b. Investigate, analyze, utilize problem solving techniques and decision-making methodologies to address complex problems in both the maritime industry as well as in wider engineering fields. c. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering principles and management methods to solve complex engineering problems, while developing critical thinking skills and entrepreneurship to formulate innovative and practical solutions with intellectual independence. d. Exhibit depth and breadth of marine electrical engineering knowledge by explaining the significance of gained knowledge in developing and managing marine electrical, electronic and control systems, while demonstrating ability to analyze emergency situations and organize effective response. e. Critically analyze and solve specific marine electrical engineering problems through gathering, synthesizing and critically evaluating data /information from a range of sources relevant to the problem and correctly apply relevant and appropriate practical and/or theoretical techniques to monitor systems and plan effective maintenance of electrical plant and machinery. f. Practice critical thinking utilizing appropriate computer-based methods, mathematical models and scientific principles for the development of reliable control system. g. Demonstrate thorough understanding of leadership techniques, business practices and entrepreneurship. h. Identify the importance of selecting appropriate means of communication with the wider community for the safe operation of ship, protection of the marine environment and community, while performing a continuous self-review for career development and as a mean of lifelong learning curve. i. Demonstrate a high level of communicational skills in professional practice and articulate complex knowledge using appropriate written and oral forms to communicate with the community and key stakeholders of the industry, such as shipping companies, classification societies, charterers, flag states, port states etc. j. Demonstrate independent initiatives and leadership skills in diverse technical teams from various backgrounds. k. Plan and execute work objectives, priorities and schedule, while taking responsibility of team performance and practice ethical conduct in work.

Markets and Career

  • Marine electrical technology program is committed to be an instrument of positive change in the maritime industry for the ultimate benefit of society and the world. For all those who undertake education and training at the program, Marine electrical technology program shall facilitate acquisition of the right skills and the right attitude thereby promoting in them a passion for the profession.

Admission Requirements

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Tests & Prerequisites

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The main aim of this program is to provide the Marine Electrical Engineering students with knowledge and skills that are necessary for the entry requirements of Electro-Technical Officer (ETO). The program is aligned with the 2010 STCW Convention Chapter III, Section A-III/6 as key part of the requirements of the Certificate of Competence for the functions related to electricity, electronic and control engineering for operation, Maintenance and repair of large ships at the Operational Level..

Code Title Prequisites
BA113 Physics None
BA123 Mathematics I None
BA141 Engineering Mechanics I None
CC111 Introduction to Computers None
D101 Leadership I None
LH131T ESP I None
ME151T Eng. Drawing and Projection None
MT112T Marine Safety None
P101 Physical Education I None
Code Title Prequisites
BA118 Chemistry None
BA124 Mathematics II BA123
BA142 Engineering Mechanics II BA141
CC114 Introduction to Programming CC111
D102 Leadership II D101
IM112T Manufacturing Technology None
P102 Physical Education II P101
BA114 Physics II BA113
Code Title Prequisites
BA223 Mathematics III BA124
D203 Leadership III D102
ET231 Electrical Engineering Circuits I BA113
ET271 Electronics and Communications BA113
P203 Physical Education III P102
Code Title Prequisites
ET311 Logic Circuits and Signal Conditioning None
ET312 Microprocessor basics CC111
ET313 Control system ET211
ET322 Electrical Machines I ET221
ET342 Power systems ET221
Code Title Prequisites
ET423 Electrical Machines II ET232
ET432 Power electronic design ET231
ME434T Refrigeration & Air Conditioning MT331T
NM291T Maritime Law None
Code Title Prequisites
ET401 Project None
ET424 Electrical Machine drives ET432
ET444 Power system protection ET342
ME521T Maintenance planning None

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