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Bachelor of Nautical Engineering in Electrical Technology

Type
Bachelor (ISCED 2011 level 6)
Language

Spanish

Duration 8 semesters
Cost TUITION FEE GUIDE IS AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE

The bachelor's degree in Nautical Engineering in Electrical Technology, trains professionals capable of operating, repairing and maintaining in perfect state of functionality all electrical and electronic systems on board, as well as, communication systems, both internal and external, in order to navigate from the ports of production to the ports of consumption and carry out the loading and unloading operations, which comply with international safety standards to safeguard human life at sea, protect the marine environment and prevent pollution.

This Bachelor prepares students for a career as electrotechnical officers on board of Merchant Ships, as well as, easily allows them to hold positions of engineers, both operational, administrative and maintenance, in industries related to the production of electric power, installation and repair of power plants, among others.

The students receive intensive theoretical and practical education, largely addressed to the electrical and electronic communication field, as well as, to PLC-type automatic control systems, among others.

Additionally, they receive training in two machine simulators; one that simulates the machine of a fully automated fifth generation Post Panamax; and another that has a main machine, real auxiliary equipment, where cadets can put into practice all types of maintenance learned in the classroom, as well as, practices in workshops and laboratories.

Objective

Create and model professionals committed to compliance with international and national standards on the safety of human life at sea and the protection of the environment.

Work Field

This Bachelor prepares students for a career as electrotechnical officers on board of Merchant Ships, as well as, easily allows them to hold positions of engineers, both operational, administrative and maintenance, in industries related to the production of electric power, ship repair yards and ship repair, among others.

The students receive intensive theoretical and practical education, largely addressed to the electrical and electronic communication field, as well as, to PLC-type automatic control systems.

Structural components
Ship training
Industry partners
Internship/Workplace experience
Practical/Field work
Research Project

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