The Engineering Basic Studies Program stands as the cornerstone of our maritime education offerings, providing a comprehensive and in-depth exploration of the vital engineering principles that power the maritime industry. This program is meticulously designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel as proficient marine engineers.
Spanning three years, the program is divided into two distinct phases. The first two years are dedicated to rigorous theoretical training, where students delve into a rich curriculum encompassing subjects such as marine propulsion systems, electrical and mechanical systems, thermodynamics, and maritime engineering ethics. With a total of 74 credits thoughtfully distributed over this period, students gain a deep understanding of the theoretical aspects of marine engineering.
Following the intensive academic phase, students transition into a year of practical training, as Engineering Cadets, where they apply their knowledge in real-world maritime engineering scenarios. This hands-on experience, combined with the strong theoretical foundation, ensures that graduates of the Engineering Basic Studies Program are not only well-versed in marine engineering theory but also proficient in the practical skills required to maintain and operate marine machinery effectively.
Upon completing this program, our students emerge as competent and confident engine cadet, prepared to embark rewarding careers onboard commercial ships, cruise ships, or in other maritime roles where the reliability and efficiency of maritime machinery are paramount. The Engineering Basic Studies Program is the engine that propels individuals toward a promising and fulfilling journey in the maritime engineering field.