Take a look at the three technology streams available for our postgraduate qualifications.
The choices we provide ensure that you can tailor your training programme to suit your professional needs and the needs of your organisation.
- Naval Architecture
- Marine Engineering
The General programme provides a broader-based study package.
Click on the Module Code for more details.
|Module Title||Module Code||Location||Naval Architecture||Marine Engineering||General|
|Fundamentals of Ship Science||A3: MAR8176||Southampton||As required||As required||As required|
|Marine Engineering||A2: MAR8106||UCL||As required||As required||As required|
|Maritime Economics||B1: MAR8137||Newcastle||Compulsory||Compulsory||Compulsory|
|Marine Project Management||B2: MAR8102||Newcastle||Compulsory||Compulsory||Compulsory|
|Reliability and Integrity Management of Marine Systems||B3: MAR8107||Newcastle||Compulsory||Compulsory||Compulsory|
|Structural and Material Response to the Marine Environment||B4: MAR8108||Southampton||Compulsory||Compulsory||Compulsory|
|Advanced Structural Design and Analysis||C3: MAR8110||Newcastle||Compulsory||Elective||Elective|
|Marine Systems Identification, Modelling and Control||C6: MAR8103||Newcastle||Elective||Compulsory||Elective|
|Marine Electrical and Electronic Systems||C7: MAR8112||UCL||Elective||Compulsory||Elective|
|Yacht Design||C18: MAR8140||Newcastle||Elective||Elective||Elective|
|Marine Renewable Energy: Sources and Recovery||TCE1: MAR8134||Southampton||Compulsory||Elective||Elective|
|Introduction to Hydro, Wind, Wave and Tidal Energy||TCE6: SPG8014||Newcastle||Elective||Elective||Elective|
If you do not have a sufficient background in marine technology, you may have to take the MAR8176 Fundamentals of Ship Science module. This module is a good 'refresher' for most students to take in any case.
You should normally take modules in the following order:
- A modules
- B modules
- any compulsory C modules
- any elective C modules
You need the following credits to achieve a postgraduate qualification:
- MSc: 180 credits (10 modules + 80-credit dissertation)
- Postgraduate Diploma: 120 credits (12 modules)
- Postgraduate Certificate: 60 credits (6 modules)