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Masters degrees in Maritime Engineering equip postgraduates with the skills to design and develop marine engineering systems on board ships, and on offshore platforms which facilitate their capability.
Taught MSc degrees are typical for the field, though research-based MRes and MPhil programmes may also be available at some institutions. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Mechanical Engineering.
Courses in this field train you to devise and maintain mechanical, electrical and electronic operating systems across a wide range of maritime vehicles and offshore platforms. It includes floating devices and underwater pipeline networks.
You will undertake structural and hydrodynamic analysis of naval architecture and locomotives, investigating their control design, function and components (for example sensors, lasers, drilling systems). Condition monitoring is a key component of these courses, which encompasses not only systematic reliability, but health, safety and environmental sustainability.
Maritime law, regulation and management is also considered, particularly in relation to disaster response, international policy and economic practise.
Careers may include roles in the production of renewable energy such as wind, wave and tidal power, ship construction and maintenance, or even defence and security.
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Our Maritime Engineering Science masters covers the core subjects and in-depth knowledge of Maritime Engineering Science for both design and analysis of marine craft and structures within the marine environment. Read more
The Master of Science (Maritime Technology and Management) or MSc (MTM) seeks to train and equip graduates with key skillsets to enable next-generation port capabilities in Singapore, such as industrial systems development, big data analytics tools, and emerging port technologies (e.g., digitalisation to train workers). Read more
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This programme allows graduate engineers or those from related disciplines to specialise in, or convert to, marine engineering. Marine engineering involves the systems and equipment onboard marine vehicles including. Read more
As oil is required to be extracted in deeper and rougher seas, new demands continue to be imposed on design development as well as new installation and inspection techniques. Read more
This programme is for graduate engineers in naval architecture, offshore engineering, mechanical engineering and other related disciplines who wish to pursue a career in offshore engineering. Read more
This course is designed to give graduate engineers and well-qualified sea-going personnel an opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills required for technical ship management. 90% of world trade is carried by sea. Read more
The Technology (Maritime Operations) MSc was developed in partnership by the Royal Navy and Kingston University. The programme accredits the learning achieved during professional naval branch training. Read more
This course was developed in response to the demand for design engineers who can design and assess new ships and offshore structures. Read more
Our Technology in the Marine Environment MRes provides research training, supervision and collaboration to international standards in the topics covered by the marine technology research groups. Read more
With almost 20 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity worldwide, and projected to increase fifteen-fold by 2040, the offshore wind energy market is booming, and it urgently needs qualified people to further succeed in being the leading sustainable energy source. Read more