Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Engineering) @ UTAS

Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Engineering)

Introduction:
The Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Engineering) is an undergraduate degree for students who already have qualifications in the field to broaden and deepen their understanding of their chosen vocation. It is a one year ‘top-off’ degree, allowing graduates to work ashore in today’s changing marine industry.

UTAS Code

J3W

 

 

Degree Length

1 year full-time

 

 

Degree Structure

6 x Advanced units + 2 degree electives = 8 units

 

 

Campus

AMC Launceston campus


Subjects cover a broad range of topics, from piloting a super tanker into a port, designing and maintaining massive diesel engines, how to survey marine environments, as well as two research projects that allow the student to investigate a topic that interests them.

The degree will be through the Australian Maritime College (AMC), which is based in Launceston. The Australian Maritime College is Australia’s national tertiary Maritime College, which boasts many interesting and useful facilities, such as a survival training centre, the only dedicated labs for shellfish cultivation in Australia, as well as a wide range of vessels for sea training.

Core Units: Human Factors and Risk Management in Marine Navigation, Quantitative Methods for Marine Engineers, Contemporary Developments in Marine Engineering; Marine Surveying, Inspection and Practice; Marine Engineering Project 1, and Marine Engineering Project 2.

Course Requirements

2012 Minimum ATAR

N/A Applicants must have an Advanced Diploma of Marine Engineering or equivalent

 

 

Entry Requirements

Potential students must have an Advanced Diploma of Marine Engineering or equivalent. For students whose first language is not English, an IELTS score of 6.0 is required. In addition, medical and eyesight requirements may apply.

 

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