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Master of Science in Ocean Engineering

Master (ISCED 2011 level 7)


Duration 4 semesters
Cost 8 600 PLN

Program description

The aim is providing advanced engineering knowledge in the field of Ocean Engineering including two main specializations: Ship Technology and Offshore Engineering, Marine Engineering and Offshore Energy. Students will gain detailed knowledge within the subjects such as Marine Applied Informatics, CAE and Design Tools, Ship and Offshore Power Systems Design, Dynamics of Ship and Offshore Structures, Advanced Mechanics of Marine Structures, Ship and Offshore Structures Design, Marine and Offshore Systems and Equipments, Modelling and Simulation in Ocean Engineering, Reliability, Safety and Risk Analysis, Advanced Material Engineering and Manufacturing Technology, Marine and Intermodal Transport, Finance and Economy in Engineering Design, Maritime Environmental Protection and Optimisation in Engineering Design. They deal with a real design process and prepare the final thesis in cooperation with the industrial partners of the Faculty.

The graduate obtains advanced general technical knowledge and skills necessary in the design, construction, renovation and operation of ships, ocean engineering facilities and systems occurring in the broadly understood maritime economy. It is prepared for: carrying out design and construction works in the area of ocean engineering; carrying out scientific and research works in the area of ocean engineering; management of the production, operation and repair of ships and ocean engineering facilities and teamwork in the international environment. The graduate is prepared to work in: production plants of the broadly understood maritime sector; design and construction offices of the shipbuilding and maritime industries; research and development centers of the naval industry and maritime economy; advisory and consulting enterprises in the area of ocean engineering; classification institutions of shipbuilding; maritime administration and international institutions of the ship sector. The graduate is prepared to take up the third degree studies

Entry Requirements

B.Sc. in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Energy/Power Engineering, Transport.


The programme is supported and organised In cooperation with Det Norske Verits – Germanischer Lloyd (DNV GL).

Structural components
Ship training
International component
Practical/Field work

ISCED Categories

Project management
Maritime economy
Policy and governance
Logistics and shipping management
Marine and maritime law
Scientific modelling
Offshore and renewable energy
Machinery and operators
Marine spatial planning
Near- and offshore constructions