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Marine Electrical Technology Stream ILOs
1. Knowledge and understanding:
a) Identify the constraints within which his/her engineering judgment will have to be exercised.
a) Construction, design and theory of operation of electrical machinery and electronics.
b) Design and analysis of power system generation in marine
c) Analysis, design and implementation of various methods of control using analogue and digital control systems, which applied in marine system.
d) Construction, design and implementation of computerized control system using various digital controllers
e) Applying power and control theories accompanied with digital signal processing in electrical drives systems for commercial and industrial automated systems applications.

2. Intellectual capabilities:
a) Create and innovate in solving problems and in designing systems, components and processes
b) Apply the appropriate tools from mathematics, science and technology and couple these with know-how drawn from the experience of the profession
c) Select and apply appropriate computer based methods, mathematical and scientific principles for analysing of control systems.
d) Solve a wide range of problems related to the analysis, design, and construction of electrical machines, control systems and power systems
e) Ability to design automation systems for industrial applications
f)  Analyze and interpret data, and design experiments to obtain new data
g)  Analyze results of numerical models and appreciate their limitations
h)  Design a marine system, component or process to meet a need
i) Maintain a sound theoretical approach in dealing with new and advancing technology,
j) Assess risks, and take appropriate steps to manage those risks.
k) Interpret numerical data and apply mathematical methods to the analysis of engineering design problems.
l) Use the principles of engineering science in developing solutions to practical marine engineering problems.
m) Analyze systems, processes and component
n) Select and apply appropriate IT tools to a variety of engineering problems.
o) Create new engineering components and processes through the synthesis of ideas from a range of sources.
p) Refer to professional scientific literature effectively.
q) Develop computer programs.
r) Use computational tools and packages pertaining to the marine discipline.
s) Apply numerical modeling methods and/or appropriate computational techniques to engineering problems.
 3. Professional and practical skills:
a) Use a wide range of analytical and technical tools, techniques and equipment, including   pertinent software.
b) Use basic workshop equipment safely.
c) Use laboratory equipment to obtain data.
d) Understand and apply safe systems of work.
e) Analyze experimental results and determine their accuracy and validity.
f) Use laboratory equipment and related computer software.
g) Research for information.
h) Prepare engineering drawings, computer graphics and specialized technical reports.
i) Demonstrate basic organizational and project management skills.
j) Carry out specialized engineering designs.     
a) Communicate effectively using both written and oral methods.
b)  Use IT effectively.
c)  Manage resources and time.
d) Work in a team.
e) Undertake lifelong learning, particularly for continuing professional development.
f) Be creative, particularly in the design process.
g)  Be analytical in the formulation and solution of problems
h) Be innovative in the solution of engineering problems and the transfer of technology.
i) Be self-disciplined and self-motivated in the pursuit of his/her studies and professional practice.

4. General skills:
a) Work professionally in the marine and naval systems design and manufacturing.
b) Use mathematics and physical sciences and system analysis tools in ship’s hull design in addition to propulsion and auxiliary machineries and equipment.
c) Understand and apply all the International Conventions and national maritime laws in ship design and operation.
d) understand the operation of electrical, electronic and control systems
e) Plan and undertake a major individual project.
f) Prepare and deliver coherent and structured verbal and written technical reports.
g) Give technical presentations suitable for the time, place and audience.
h) Use the scientific literature effectively and make discriminating use of Web resources.
i) Use appropriate computer-based support tools for problem solving and analysis of results.
j) Apply the acquired skills in a commercial or industrial environment.
k) Display an integrated approach to the deployment of communication skills.
l) Use IT skills and display mature computer literacy.
m) Work effectively with and for others.
n) Display personal responsibility by working to multiple deadlines in complex activities.
o) Demonstrate significantly enhanced group working abilities.
p) Further develop career plans and personal objectives.

Marine Engineering Technology stream ILOs

1. Knowledge and understanding:

a) Know essential facts, concepts, principles and theories relevant to Third Engineer marine engineer.

b) Identify the constraints within which his/her engineering judgment will have to be exercised.

 c) Identify science, mathematics and the technological base relevant to marine engineering.

d) Know the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.

 e) Know relevant contemporary issues.

 f) Associate relevant mathematical methods and the principles of engineering science as applied to mechanical, marine and naval architecture engineering systems.

g) Demonstrate knowledge of a number of engineering science disciplines such as mechanical, electrical and structural engineering

 h) Define the role of information technology in providing support for mechanical and marine   engineers

 i) Know engineering design principles and techniques

 j) Distinguish characteristics of engineering materials

 k) Know management and business techniques and practices appropriate to engineering industry.

 l) Know the professional and ethical responsibilities of engineers

 2. Intellectual capabilities:

a)  Create and innovate in solving problems and in designing systems, components and processes

b) Apply the appropriate tools from mathematics, science and technology and couple these with know-how drawn from the experience of the profession

c) Solve mechanical engineering, ship design/shipbuilding problems, often based on limited and possibly contradicting information.

d) Analyze and interpret data, and design experiments to obtain new data.

e) Analyze results of numerical models and appreciate their limitations.

f) Design a marine system, component or process to meet a need.

g) Evaluate designs, shipbuilding processes and propose improvements.

h) Maintain a sound theoretical approach in dealing with new and advancing technology,

i) Take a holistic approach, applying professional judgments, balancing costs, benefits, safety, quality, reliability, and environmental impact.

j) Assess risks, and take appropriate steps to manage those risks.

k) Interpret numerical data and apply mathematical methods to the analysis of engineering design problems.

l) Use the principles of engineering science in developing solutions to practical marine engineering problems.

m) Analyze systems, processes and component.

n) Solve mechanical engineering as well as ship design and shipbuilding problems.

o) Select and apply appropriate IT tools to a variety of engineering problems.

p) Create new engineering components and processes through the synthesis of ideas from a range of sources.

q) Refer to professional scientific literature effectively.

r) Develop computer programs.

s) Use computational tools and packages pertaining to the marine discipline.

t) Apply numerical modeling methods and/or appropriate computational techniques to engineering problems.

      3. Professional and practical skills:

a) Use a wide range of analytical and technical tools, techniques and equipment, including   pertinent software.

b) Use basic workshop equipment safely.

c) Use laboratory equipment to obtain data.

d) Understand and apply safe systems of work.

e) Analyze experimental results and determine their accuracy and validity.

f) Use laboratory equipment and related computer software.

g) Research for information.

h) Prepare engineering drawings, computer graphics and specialized technical reports.

i) Demonstrate basic organizational and project management skills.

j) Carry out specialized engineering designs.

k) Use and manage the exploitation of modern CAD facilities.

l) Work as a chief engineer in ship operation and maintenance.       

m) Communicate effectively using both written and oral methods.

n) Use IT effectively.

o) Manage resources and time.

p) Work in a team.

q) Undertake lifelong learning, particularly for continuing professional development.

r) Be creative, particularly in the design process.

s) Be analytical in the formulation and solution of problems

t) Be innovative in the solution of engineering problems and the transfer of technology.

u) Be self-disciplined and self-motivated in the pursuit of his/her studies and professional practice.

v) Be of an enquiring mind, eager for new knowledge and understanding.

 4. General skills:

a) Work professionally in the marine and naval systems design and manufacturing.

b) Use mathematics and physical sciences and system analysis tools in ship’s hull design in addition to propulsion and auxiliary machineries and equipment.

c) Understand and apply all the International Conventions and national maritime laws in ship design and operation.

d) Choose adequate building materials from the prospect of strength, durability, suitability and environmental conditions.

e) Use computer graphics for design, communication and visualization.

f) Preserve clean and healthy environment during operating and maintenance of the floating units.

  

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