FUNDAMENTAL OBJECTIVES
  • To expose students for a long-term rewarding career by paying greater attention to the development of scientific principle and social awareness during the course programme.
  • To give a balanced training in Marine Technology, Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Principles suitable for developing country.
ULTIMATE OBJECTIVES

On successful completion of the programme, the graduate of ship power plant option should be able to:

  • Apply Marine Engineering principles that would reflect the requirements of shipping and oil companies;
  • Prepare and read technical drawing, design, manufacture and assemble engineering components;
  • Solve engineering problems by analysis and empirical methods;
  • Run, maintain and repair ship power plants and equipment necessary for the propulsion and safety of the ship's hull, and the care, comfort and safety of passengers and crews;
  • Design reliable and economic marine power plants and the control systems;
  • Perform management functions at all levels; and
  • Carry out ship power plant survey for classification societies and consultancy work;
While the graduate of Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding option should be able to:
  • Apply Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding principles that would reflect the requirements of ship and boat building industries;
  • Prepare and read technical drawing;
  • Design, build or assemble ships and boats;
  • Solve engineering problems related to ship-building by analysis and empirical methods;
  • Repair and maintain ships' structures and equipment;
  • Perform management functions at all levels; and
  • Carry out ship's hull and equipment survey for classification societies and other consultancy work.