Online and Work Bases Maritime Technology Programs Eligible for Chartered Engineer Qualification
The MTEC is a consortium of three UK universities recognized for their excellence in marine technology education and research. The universities involved are Newcastle University, University of Southampton and UCL. All the universities are well known for their high standards of education and research in the field of marine technology.
All programs are recognized for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Royal Institute of Naval Architects (RINA), the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) a.d Engineering Council.
The program offers innovative, flexible postgraduate training, designed specifically for graduates working in the marine industry. The programs are part time, and are delivered by a combination of distance learning with intensive school weeks. Advanced technical knowledge and business applications are taught with minimum disruption to the graduate’s work responsibilities.
The program provides you with advanced technical and managerial skills. Such skills enhance innovation and business competitiveness. You'll learn about new and emerging technologies alongside business and management applications. Programs available are MSc, Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Certificate and CPD modules.
Marine Technology Programs
- MSc: 180 credits (10 modules + 80-credit project)
- Postgraduate Diploma: 120 credits (12 modules)
- Postgraduate Certificate: 60 credits (6 modules)
- Program Streams: Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, and General
- Naval Architecture
- Marine Engineering
- Maritime Economics
- Marine Project Management
- Reliability and Integrity Management of Marine Systems
- Structural and Material Response to the Marine Environment
- Advanced Structural Design and Analysis
- Marine Systems Identification and Control
- Marine Electrical and Electronic Systems
- Yacht Design
- Marine Production Business
- Introduction to Offshore, Subsea and Pipeline Engineering
- Marine Renewable Energy: Sources and Recovery
- Renewable Energy: Energy Management
- Environmental Impact Assessment
- Introduction to Hydro, Wind, Wave and Tidal Energy
- Quantifying Energy Decision Making
LAST UPDATED ON Oct 4, 2020