The academy follows the training hour system. This system determines the number of academic courses that are required to be completed by the student. The freedom to advance studies according to his abilities and his performance under the guidance of the academic advisor
The marine engineering program mainly focuses on studying ship designs, how to manufacture and build them, methods of balancing them, basics of sailing and marine engines, and other engineering studies related to the field of ships, containers and maritime transport.
Through knowledge of the science of water movement and its physical and chemical properties, structural analysis of the ship, and the study of international standards for shipbuilding organizations and bodies, these are examples of the study materials:

- Mathematics - Physics - Chemistry - Principles of Marine Knowledge - Leadership - Statistics - Engineering Drawing - EPS - Maritime Transport - Computer Skills - Dynamics - Manufacturing Technology - Thermodynamics - Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering - Naval Architecture and Manufacturing Processes - Instruments and Measurements - Fluid Mechanics Marine diesel engines Shipbuilding - Marine Engineering - Marine English - Ship Management - Physical Education - Workshops
A marine student program that trains you in developing skills in the field of navigational traffic systems, the arts of maritime navigation and its duties, safety and marine environment protection to work as a deck officer on board commercial ships on the high seas, meaning more precisely, you will learn sailing and maneuvering, and how to operate a ship.
This includes safety courses such as firefighting and saving lives, cargo handling and vessel stability, as well as environmental and quality issues. The program is based on international standards and regulations and fully complies with IMO and STCW requirements.
By studying the following materials:

Celestial Navigation - Land Navigation Part - Ship Compasses and Automated Command - Ship Stability - Surveillance - Marine Ships - Deck - Operating Technology - Shipbuilding - Maritime Communication and Signaling - Command - Technical Report Writing - Voyage Planning and Weather Guidance - Cargo Handling - Navigation Aids - Meteorology - Maritime Law and IMO Convention - Physical Education and Swimming
Marine Electrical Engineering study program (Electrical Technical Officer):

This program is accredited and designed in accordance with the STCW 78 as amended in Manila, sec. III / 6 and IMO Model Session 7.08. It allows the trainee to develop the knowledge, skills and competence in the key aspects of a marine electrical engineer and safety so that he works as a marine electrical engineer (electrical technical officer) on marine vessels.
The Logistics major is an art of management
Resources, international trade logistics, management of international transport logistics, trade and related industries, and this specialization is concerned with art, those related to the flow of goods, energy, information, products and services from the production area to the consumption area, and companies cannot conduct the flow of their goods or import their raw materials unless this is Specialization is present at the core of its procedures and structure.
Process engineers are present in almost all of the facilities and industries, and are responsible for designing, controlling, and improving processes. They also research how to convert raw materials into usable products and how to improve the conversion process. In addition, they are involved in many aspects of plant design and operation, including safety and risk assessments, process design and analysis, control and instrumentation, chemical reactions, building specifications and operating instructions.
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