School of Marine Science and Technology | Undergraduate

Undergraduate

marine Engineering

Degree of Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Marine Engineering - 1205U

Marine Engineering: this programme is concerned with engineering challenges specific to the marine environment, for example, the propulsion and auxiliary machinery of ships, and the power and control systems of other marine constructions such as oil platforms, sub-sea systems, and underwater and offshore vehicles.

Modules:

Year 1 - Compulsory

  • MAR2115 : Analytical Methods in Marine Technology
  • MAR2116 : Introduction to Business Management
  • MAR2106 : Marine Structures IA
  • MAR2108 : Naval Architecture II
  • MAR2110 : Resistance & Propulsion I
  • MAR2112 : Engineering Applications
  • MAR2113 : Marine Production Management II
  • MAR2114 : Marine Informatics II
  • MAR2102 : Marine Engineering Practice II
  • MAR2103 : Marine Engineering Science II
  • MAR2117 : Marine Electrical Engineering

Year 2 - Compulsory

  • MAR3121 : Marine Transport Business
  • MAR3127 : Future Marine Projects
  • MAR3198 : Project & Report
  • MAR3101 : Marine Engineering Design
  • MAR3112 : Dynamic Modelling & Simulation
  • MAR3113 : Internal Combustion Engines
  • MAR3116 : Marine Engineering III

Candidates shall take an approved combination of optional modules from the following:

  • MAR3105 : Surface Generation & Fairing
  • MAR3107 : Formal Safety Assessment & Design for Safety
  • MAR3111 : Drilling Engineering
  • MAR3112 : Dynamic Modelling & Simulation
  • MAR3113 : Internal Combustion Engines
  • MAR3116 : Marine Engineering III
  • MAR3117 : Resistance & Propulsion II
  • MAR3119 : Marine Structures IIA
  • MAR3126 : Marine & Offshore Mechanics
  • MAR3129 : Computer Aided Engineering
  • MAR3130 : Innovation & Technology Management

Assessment methods

Details of the assessment pattern for each module are explained in the module outline.

Degree classification

Candidates will be assessed for degree classification on the basis of all the modules taken at Year 1and 2 with the weighting of the stages being 1:3 for Year 1 and Year 2 respectively.

How To Apply

To apply for this programme please visit the Singapore Institute of Technology website.

 

Notes

(i) These programme regulations should be read in conjunction with the University’s Undergraduate Progress Regulations and Examination Conventions.
(ii) All optional modules are offered subject to the constraints of the timetable and to any restrictions on the number of students who may be taught on a particular module. Not all modules may be offered in all years and they are listed subject to availability.
(iii) A compulsory module is a module which a student is required to study.
(iv) This programme is delivered at the campus in Singapore.