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BSc Marine Electro-technology

The Bachelor of Science (BSc) Marine Electro-technology program

Introduction

The Bachelor of Science (BSc) Marine Electro-technology program at Intercollege Larnaca and in collaboration with the Cyprus Maritime Academy of the University of Nicosia, aims in educating individuals into becoming Electro-Technical Officers (ETO) on commercial ships, based on the standards of the STCW International Convention (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers).

 

Upon completion of 4 years study, which include 1 year of training onboard a ship, the graduates will obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Marine Electro-technology by Intercollege Larnaca and also the STCW Certificate of Competency for Electro-technical Officer at an operational level by the University of Nicosia.

The Bachelor of Science will offer students the necessary academic, managerial and scientific knowledge of the field, whereas the Certificate of Competency will give them the opportunity to work on-board a ship. Most modern ships are controlled and/or monitored by electronic systems, automations and computers. Therefore, experienced and highly skilled technicians are needed for the operation and proper maintenance of such ships.

The ETO is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all electrical and electronic equipment, installations and machinery of a ship. This also includes radio-communications and electronic navigation aids. ETOs are very important to the marine industry and their position on-board the ship is of paramount significance.

Profile

General Objectives

  1. Prepare students to become successful professional electro-technical officers in the demanding field of marine electro-technology;
  2. Provide graduates the necessary knowledge and technical skills to excel in the marine electro-technology industry as electro-technical officers (ETO);
  3. Provide students with the fundamental principles of electrical science and technology in order to cope successfully with the technological challenges of the marine electro-technology industry;
  4. Cultivate analytical skills, problem solving tactics, and critical thinking;
  5. Promote ethics, job responsibility, leadership and teamwork, and moral practices;
  6. Carry out safely the electro-technical officer duties;
  7. Promote life-long learning and continuous education through electro-technical training and advanced degrees;
  8. Cover the minimum International Maritime Organization (IMO) standard of competence for officer in charge of an electro-technical officer (STCW 2010 Convention Chapter III, Section AIII/6. IMO model course 7.08 Functions 1, 2,& 3)
  9. Develop skills for effective communication with co-workers, shipping experts, and the public on topics related to technical concepts, risks, and recommendations.

Specific Objectives

  1. Equip students with fundamental knowledge, analytical skills, electrical and technological tools, simulator and laboratory experience in order to cope successfully in the challenging field of marine electro-technology;
  2. Facilitate learning and training in the field of marine electro-technology which are directly linked to industry and current state-of-the-art technology;
  3. Provide the theoretical and computational skills necessary for the solution of both theoretical and practical electrical and technological problems in the field of marine electro-technology;
  4. Provide practical and experimental hands-on and one year on-board experience that allows the students to link directly to fundamental knowledge and theory;
  5. Prepare students to work alone or in groups in order to provide electro-technological solutions;
  6. Prepare students to design/implement systems and processes towards the solution of marine electro-technology problems;
  7. Develop communications skills including the abilities to write technical reports;
  8. Provide students the opportunity to develop specialized knowledge and technical competence in their field of expertise in order to become successful professional electro-technology officers;
  9. Obtain certain knowledge related to: Electrical, Electronic and Control Engineering; Maintenance and Repair; Controlling the Operation of the Ship and Care of Persons on Board, all at the Operational level based on the IMO STCW (Standards of Trainings, Certifications and Watchkeeping) competency.

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, the students are expected to:

  1. Have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the processes and technologies involved in the field of marine electro-technology;
  2. Use mathematics, industrial chemistry, and basic engineering techniques to analyze and solve problems related to marine electro-technology;
  3. Train on electric, high-voltage, fault detection, technical and digital systems and machines for specialized marine electro-technology functions;
  4. Learn definitions and specialized terminology of technical maritime English;
  5. Use electrical drawing knowledge and tools to design electric circuits, electrical equipment, measurement sensors and electric measuring devices;
  6. Have in-depth knowledge of electrical, electronic and control systems of deck machinery and cargo-handling equipment;
  7. Have experience and high skills in electronic systems, automatizations and computers for their proper operation and maintenance.
  8. Be responsible for maintenance and repair of all electrical and electronic equipment, installations and machinery, which includes radio-communications and electronic navigation aids;
  9. Learn to use the electronic engine Simulator and familiarize with the concepts of sensors, electric power systems, analogue electronics, internal-external communication systems and electric systems of hotel equipment;
  10. Use the bridge simulator and the bridge navigation equipment;
  11. Have broad knowledge of electro hydraulic – electro pneumatic systems and auxiliary machinery of ships;
  12. Communicate effectively with others using oral or written skills;

Know the importance and benefits of life-long learning in the electro-technical profession.

Semester A

A/A Course Code Course Name Number of ECTS
1 MAET-101 Mathematics I 5
2 MAET-102 Basic Engineering Science 4
3 MAET-103 Industrial Chemistry 4
4 MAET-111 Informatics 3
5 MAET-112 Basic Electro-technology 5
6 MAET-113 Main Marine Machinery Systems 3
7 MAET-114 Auxiliary Machinery of Ships I 6

Semester B

A/A Course Code Course Name Number of ECTS
1 MAET-104 Mathematics II 3
2 MAET-105 Thermodynamics 6
3 MAET-106 Mechanical Science 5
4 MAET-115 Analogue Electronics 6
5 MAET-116 Electric Machines 6
6 MAET-121 Electrical Drawing 4

Semester C

A/A Course Code Course Name Number of ECTS
1 MAET-201 Heat Transfer 3
2 MAET-211 Control Systems 4
3 MAET-212 Sensors 5
4 MAET-214 Electric Power Systems 7
5 MAET-215 Power Electronics 3
6 MAET-216 Electrical Drivers 3
7 MAET-217 Digital Systems 5

Semester D

SHIP (30 ECTS)

Semester E

A/A Course Code Course Name Number of ECTS
1 MAET-311 Electro Hydraulic – Electro Pneumatic Systems 4
2 MAET-312 High Voltage Systems 5
3 MAET-314 Auxiliary Machinery of Ships II 5
4 MAET-321 Internal – External Communication Systems 4
5 MAET-322 Maintenance of Electrical Power Systems 6
6 MAET-323 Fault Detection Methods 6

Semester F

A/A Course Code Course Name Number of ECTS
1 MAET-313 Electric Propulsion 4
2 MAET-315 Operation of Ship 6
3 MAET-316 Computer Networks 4
4 ESP-317M Technical Maritime English 4
5 MAET-324 Electric Systems of Main Propulsion – Auxiliary Machinery 6
6 MAET-325 Electric Systems of Deck Machinery – Cargo Handling Equipment 6

Semester G

SHIP (30 ECTS)

Semester H

A/A Course Code Course Name Number of ECTS
1 MAET-411 Construction of Bridge and Engine Room 6
2 MAET-421 Bridge Navigation Equipment 4
3 MAET-422 Electric Systems of Hotel Equipment 4
4 MAET-431 Leadership and Teamwork 3
5 MAET-432 International Maritime Conventions 3
6 MAET-490 Bachelor Thesis 10

Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

The admission criteria for entry to the BSc Marine Electro-technology program is a High School Leaving Certificate or equivalent qualification with an average grade of ‘15 out of 20′ (75%) or its equivalent. If the HSCL is lower than 15, a concentration in Mathematics and/or Physics with an average of 15/20 is necessary.

In addition to a strong academic record, we take into account the student’s involvement in extracurricular activities, leadership skills, and other relevant background information especially relevant to sea experience.

Knowledge of the English Language
Students should present at least a TOEFL score of 500 paper-based or 173 computer-based, or TOEFL IBT with a score of at least 61, or IGCSE/GCSE “O” Level with “C”, or IELTS with a score of 6.0 and above, or Cambridge Exams (First Certificate with Grade B and above, as well as Proficiency with Grade C and above), or score placement at the ENGL-100 level of the University of Nicosia Placement Test.

Screenings

  • Medical Fitness Certificate for seafarers (based on the Regulation STCW I/9) from a doctor/medical center/ hospital approved by the Department of Merchant Shipping in Cyprus, or the relevant authority in your country of origin.

Other documents

  • Valid Clear Criminal Record Certificate
  • 2 recent Passport size Photos
  • Copy of ID

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