This graduate course is a four year full time course spread across eight semesters. The subjects covered in the first year include physics, chemistry, maths, programming, engineering drawing, manufacturing process, electrical technology, mechanics. While in the second and third year the subjects covered include mechanics of solids, calculus, marine construction and welding, fluid mechanics, hydrostatics, thermodynamics, basic electronics, resistance and propulsion, structural design, vibration of floating structures, elements of ocean engineering, marine production and planning, seakeeping and manoeuvring, CAM marine design and production. The subjects are taught through theory, practical, tutorials, projects and seminars. The final year subjects are electives based on current trends in this sector and also includes industry training and project.
Ocean engineers and naval architects find ample opportunities in the private and government marine sector. The candidate will be handling design, construction, operations, survey, oversee etc. roles for example as a coastal engineer, offshore engineer, environmental engineer etc. . The scope of work encompasses marine vehicles for cargo and passenger transportation, offshore activities, ocean mining, ocean and marine hydrodynamics, harnessing of non-conventional energy sources etc.
Graduates interested in higher studies can opt for Master’s course in Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture.
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