M.Tech. (Marine Engineering)

Master of Technology in Marine Engineering

Duration: 2 Years
Level: Post Graduation
Type: Degree
Eligibility: Graduation

M.Tech. Marine Engineering or Master of Technology in Marine Engineering is a postgraduate Marine Engineering course. Course will train project design and shipyard engineers in naval and offshore platform design, production and maintenance. Acting as naval architects or shipyard project engineers, they will exercise their skills in fields of activity related to the ship building industry (naval and offshore architecture, design, production and maintenance), either in major corporations, marine engineering firms or companies working offshore, in the defence, oil, merchant ship building or boat building sectors. Course offer students the opportunity to further develop and enhance their skills and expertise in this field. The variety of specialized coursework electives and study options enable students to meet their individual needs as well as meeting industry-defined objectives.

M.Tech. Marine Engineering Eligibility

  • BE., B.Tech. in relevant discipline with minimum 60% marks
  • Some of the very reputed universities and institutes conduct entrance examination to get admission to the degree course.

M.Tech. Marine Engineering Syllabus

The following are study related subjects:-

Sem. I

Sr. No.

Subjects of Study

1

Wind Waves and Wave Hydrodynamics

2

Marine Geotechnical Engineering

3

General Oceanography, Estuarine dynamics and Coastal Engineering

4

Theoretical and Experimental Stress Analysis

5

Computer Laboratory and Marine Structures Laboratory

6

Seminar

Sem. II

1

Port Planning and Dredging

2

Analysis and Design of Marine Structures

3

Construction, Planning, Operation and Management of Ports

4

Elective-I

5

Elective-II

6

Coastal Engineering Laboratory and Marine Geotechnical Laboratory

7

Design Project

8

List of Electives

9

Finite Element Method

10

Remote Sensing Applications in Coastal Engg.

11

Structural Design and Drawing

12

Offshore Engineering

13

Computer Oriented Numerical Methods

14

CAD of Marine Structures

15

Foundations of Marine Structures

Sem. III & IV

1

Technical Visit / Training

2

Thesis work Including Defence of Thesis (in the area of specialization)

 

M.Tech. Marine Engineering Colleges

M.Tech. Marine Engineering Course Suitability

  • They should have organizing quality, team spirit and practical thinking and common sense.
  • Those who want to know the knowledge of basic science and engineering fundamentals and understanding of the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of the professional engineer, and the need for sustainable development.
  • Applicants should possess an aptitude to be calm under pressure and should know how to manage the situation.
  • They should have an awareness of health and safety procedures.

How is M.Tech. Marine Engineering Course Beneficial?

  • The course is beneficial for graduate engineers or those already holding an MS with the ability to join naval engineering teams and conduct large system projects requiring multidisciplinary technical skills, while developing and deploying human qualities and modern, high-performance management tools.
  • They have many opportunities in designing and building firms and even in the teaching or training profession.
  • The program is designed to produce graduates who have developed a well-founded knowledge and understanding of marine engineering and its practical application.
  • They can also opt for any job that a mechanical or electrical engineering graduate hunt for.

M.Tech. Marine Engineering Job Types

  • Defence Engineer
  • Marine Engineer
  • Maritime Engineer
  • Naval Ship Engineer
  • Systems Engineer
  • Faculty - Marine Engineering
  • General Manager Marine Defence - Export Business Development
  • Contracts Advisor Marine Dept
  • Marine Navigation Systems Specialist
  • Marine Engineer
  • Sales & Marketing Executive

Advance Course in M.Tech. Marine Engineering

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