Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering

Global Competitiveness

The program aims to produce maritime professionals who can compete globally, with a curriculum that meets and exceeds international standards.

Individualized Leadership Development

MMMA prioritizes one-on-one coaching for cadets, allowing them to focus on self-improvement. This fosters essential skills for both maritime careers and life’s challenges. This method reflects a modern approach to leadership development.

State-of-the-Art Facilities

MMMA provides modern facilities and equipment to simulate real-world maritime scenarios, giving students hands-on experience.

Strong Industry Partnerships

The academy has strong ties with leading maritime companies, providing students with opportunities for internships and employment after graduation.

The program you’re inquiring about is a comprehensive educational journey that spans four years, meticulously structured to cultivate the expertise required for the role of an Officer-in-Charge of an Engineering Watch (OIC-EW). Here’s a more detailed look at what the program entails:

Operational Level Training

  • Training in emergency procedures, including firefighting and life-saving techniques.
  • Instruction on managing shipboard operations and crew welfare.
  • Emphasis on leadership and decision-making skills for future command roles.

STCW Certification

  • The program exceeds the Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping (STCW) requirements.
  • Prepares graduates for certification as OIC-EW, ensuring global recognition and compliance.
  • Engineering Watch Readiness that prepares students to become Officers-in-Charge of an Engineering Watch (OIC-EW), a critical role in maritime operations.

Career Prospects

  • Graduates are equipped for immediate employment in the maritime industry.
  • Potential career paths include navigation officers on merchant ships, fleet management, or maritime safety administration.

Year 1-3: Academic Foundation

  • Rigorous coursework covering marine navigation, maritime laws, and environmental protection.
  • In-depth study of ship technology, focusing on vessel construction and machinery.
  • Modules on meteorology and oceanography to understand weather patterns and sea conditions.

Year 4: Guaranteed Shipboard Training

  • A full year of practical training aboard a commercial vessel.
  • Hands-on experience in navigation, piloting, and route planning.
  • Exposure to real-world cargo handling, stowage procedures, and safety protocols.

This curriculum not only imparts the necessary theoretical knowledge but also emphasizes practical skills through shipboard training ensuring that graduates are well prepared to take on responsibilities and excel in the dynamic field of maritime operations.

First YearGeneral Education Courses + Introduction to Maritime Courses
Second YearGeneral Education Courses + Intermediate Maritime Courses
Third YearComprehensive Maritime Courses with Emphasis on Soft Skills and Leadership Development
Fourth YearOnboard Training