MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF UKRAINE

KHERSON STATE MARITIME ACADEMY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STUDY PROGRAM

 

Management of Ship Technical Systems and Complexes

 

First level of higher education

Speciality 271 River and Sea Transport

Specialization 02 Management of Ship Technical Systems and Complexes

Field of Knowledge 27 Transport

Qualification: Bachelor in Management of Ship Technical Systems and Complexes

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPROVED
by KSMA Academic council

minutes # _____ dated ___ _______ 2020

 

Acting academic secretary ______

Babyshena M.I.

 

The training program enters into force

on September 1, 2020

 

Enacted by KSMA order

dated ___ _______ 2020 # _____

 

Rector ___________ Cherniavskyi V.V.

 

Kherson 2020
APPROVAL SHEET

for bachelors degree program

 

Higher education level

Field of knowledge

27 Transport

Speciality

271 River and sea transport

Specialization

02 Ship power operation plant

 

 

 

 

 

AGREED

 

First Vice-Rector

_________________ Kulykova L.B.

 

____ ___________ 20____

 

 

 

Project team leader:

 

Deputy Dean of Ship Engineering Faculty,
Ph.D. in Technical Science,

Associate Professor of Transport Technologies Department

 

____________ Akimov O.V.

 

____ ___________ 20____


 

FOREWORD

 

Developed in compliance with the approved standard of higher education for speciality 271 River and Sea Transport for the first (bachelor) level of higher education (Order by MES of Ukraine #1239, dated 13.11.2018) by a project team composed of:

 

1.                  

Deputy Dean of Ship Engineering Faculty,
Ph.D. in Technical Science,

Associate Prof. of Transport Technologies Department

 

_________________

Akimov O.V.

 

2.                  

Ph.D. in Technical Science, Associate Prof. of Department of Ship Power Plants Operation

_________________

Babii M.V.

 

3.                  

Ph.D. in Technical Science, Associate Prof. of Department of Ship Power Plants Operation

_________________

Bogdan U.O.


1. Study program profile

 

Speciality 271 River and sea Transport

 

Specialization Management of Ship Technical Systems and Complexes

 

1 General information

Full name of the higher education establishment and structural subsection

Kherson State Maritime Academy

Engineering Faculty

Higher education degree and qualification name in the original language

Higher Education Degree

Qualification:

-

Official name of the study program

Professional training program Management of ship technical systems and complexes

Diploma type and study program length

Bachelor degree, single:

  240 credits ECTS (3 years 10 months) on the basis of full general secondary education

Accreditation

Accreditation certificate series 2296087

Certificate validity - July 1, 2026

Cycle/level

First (bachelor) level level 6 of NQF

Background

Possession of full secondary general education

Language(s) of instruction

Ukrainian

Validity period of study program

2026

Internet address of permanent placement of the study program description

http://kma.ks.ua/ua/publichna-informatsiya/normativnye-dokumenty-akademii/osvitni-programi

2 The program educational objectives

Acquisition by higher education applicants of knowledge, understanding, proficiency and other competences required for an officer position on board sea and river vessels; work at enterprises, institutions and organizations that ensure the operation of the fleet, traffic management and safety of navigation; continuing education at the second level of higher education.

3 Study program characteristics

Subject area (field of knowledge, speciality, specialization (if available)

Objects of activities: vessels and floating bases; control systems of sea-going and river transport vehicles; systems of ensuring navigation security

Subjects of study: technical systems and ship complexes (ship mechanical systems, electrical equipment and electronic equipment and control systems, radio communication systems); methods of operation of vessels and their systems; organization of crew work and care for people on ships; shipping safety systems.

Learning objectives: acquisition by higher education applicants of knowledge, understanding, proficiency and other competences required for: an officer position on board sea and river vessels; work at enterprises, establishments and organizations which ensure fleet operations, manage vessel traffic and navigation security; further education at the second level of higher education.

Theoretical content of the subject area:

The theoretical content of the subject area is based on theories of ship design, automatic control, reliability, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering; methods of environmental protection, risk assessment and decision making, emergency management, resource management.

Study program orientation

Professional training

Program feature

Necessity of shipboard practice and undergraduate practice on board ships

4 Graduates suitability for employment and further education

Suitability for employment

The training program is aimed at graduates employment on ships and at enterprises of river and sea transport allowing to hold positions of:

  engineer (marine), engineer of refrigerator units (marine), chief engineer, port engineer, ship systems engineer,line fleet engineer, group fleet engineer;

equipment engineer, specialized fleet engineer, marine engineer.

 

Further education

Education at the second (master) level

5 Instruction and assessment

Instruction

Lectures, (multimedia lectures), practical lessons, laboratory lessons, seminars, simulator training, shipboard practice, distance learning, independent learning, individual lessons (consultations).

Assessment

Testing is a basic form of assessing cadets competences. An effective way of assessing acquired competences is technological tool Moodle.

Oral and written examinations, credits, defense of practice report, defense of course papers (projects).

6 Program components

Integral competence

Ability to solve complex specialized problems and practical problems in the field of ship engineering, which involves the application of theory and methods of shipbuilding, mechanical and electrical engineering, operation and repair of vehicles, resource management and are characterized by complexity and uncertainty

General competences (GC)

GC1. Ability to plan and manage time

GC2. Ability to use English in written and oral form in performing professional duties including:

GC3. Proficiency in using information and communication technologies

GC4. Proficiency in identifying, pose and solve challenges.

GC5. Ability to make and implement informed management decisions within the accepted risks.

GC6. Ability to work in a team, organize personnel work, in complicated and critical conditions including:

GC7. Proficiency in interpersonal interaction

GC8. Ability to motivate people and move toward a mutual goal

GC9. Valuing and respecting multiculturalism.

GC10. Ability to work autonomously

GC11. Proficiency in performing safe activities (tendency to safety)

GC12. Aspiration for environment conservation

GC13. Ability to further education

GC14. Ability to act socially responsible and conscious

GC15. Ability to realize their rights and duties as a member of society, be aware of values of civil (free democratic) society and necessity for its stable development, rule of law, rights and freedoms of a person and citizen in Ukraine

GC16. Ability to preserve and multiply moral, cultural, scientific values and achievements of the society on the basis of understanding history and development patterns in the subject area, its place in the general system of knowledge about nature and society and in the development of the society, technics and technologies, to use different types and forms of physical activity for active rest and maintaining a healthy lifestyle

Professional competences of speciality (PC)

PCS1. Ability to ensure fire safety and proficiency in firefighting on board ships

PCS2. Ability to ensure safety and security of ship, crew and passengers and conditions for usage and operation of life-saving appliances

PCS3. Ability to develop action plan in emergency situations and schemes of fighting for ships survivability as well as act in compliance with this plan in case of emergency situations.

PCS4. Ability to administer first aid and capability to use first aid items on board ships, organize and manage administering of first aid on board ship.

PCS5. Ability to monitor and control fulfillment of requirements of national and international legislation in the sphere of navigation and activities of ensuring safety of human life at sea, safety and protection of marine environment.

PCS6. Ability to ensure organization, monitoring and control of compliance with safety regulations, crew and ship safety

PCS7. Ability to conduct training sessions on board ships

PCS8. Ability to use onboard communication systems

Special (professional) competences (SC)

SC1. Ability to carry a safe running machine watch on the ship

SC2. Ability to operate, monitor, evaluate and safely maintain the propulsion system without limiting its power and auxiliary mechanisms and related control systems and to control the operation of the propulsion machinery

SC3. Ability to provide planning and preparation for the operation of marine power equipment, taking into account the design parameters of the power plant and the requirements of the flight

SC4. Ability to identify, determine the causes and troubleshoot of marine mechanical equipment, bring it into working order, and identify and implement measures to prevent them

SC5. Ability to manage the operation of fuel, lubrication, ballast systems and other pumping systems and related control systems

SC6. Ability to operate electrical, electronic equipment and control systems

SC7. Ability to perform maintenance and repair of electrical and electronic equipment, to detect and eliminate faults and to put into operation electrical and electronic control equipment

SC8. Ability to use hand tools, machine tools and measuring tools for the manufacture and repair of parts on board

SC9. Ability to provide management of safe and efficient maintenance and repair of ship mechanisms and systems

SC10. Ability to monitor and maintain the vessel at sea

SC11. Awareness of responsibility and ability to make decisions in unforeseen and emergency situations related to the operation of marine power equipment.

SC12. Ability to solve complex unforeseen tasks and problems of operation, maintenance and repair of ship equipment, systems and structures

SC13. Critical understanding of the basic theories, principles, methods and concepts of modern marine engineering

SC14. Ability to collect and interpret information, choose methods and tools, apply innovative approaches to solve complex professional problems in the field of marine engineering

SC15. Ability to substantiate one's own point of view and conclusions using basic theories and concepts in the field of marine engineering

SC16. Ability to analyze and predict the processes and technical condition of ship structures and equipment in terms of incomplete or limited information

SC17. Ability to transmit and receive professional information, ideas, problems and their solutions, as well as to transfer their own experience in communicating with specialists and non-specialists in the field of ship engineering

7 Study program outcomes

Successful completion of program provides for acquisition by the person, who is awarded the qualification, of knowledge, understanding and proficiency that are necessary for solving specialized professional tasks on navigation and sea-going ships handling, management of technical systems and complexes of sea-going vessels, operation of ship electrical and automation equipment, in particular:

TO1.Knowledge and understanding of basic theories, principles, methods and concepts underlying thermohydrodynamic processes, mechanical and electromechanical engineering

TO2. Knowledge of the design of ship technical equipment and systems, the principle of their operation and understanding of the processes that take place in them

TO3 Knowledge and understanding of the basics of electrical engineering, electronics, power electronics, automatic control systems and marine protective devices

TO4. Conceptual knowledge, including some knowledge of current advances in marine engineering to ensure the reliability of marine equipment and safety at sea

TO5. Knowledge of English, which allows you to use English-language technical literature and perform the duties of a ship's mechanic

TO6. Knowledge of responsibilities associated with receiving the watch, during the watch and with the transfer of the watch.

TO7. Ability to keep a machine log and a log of oil operations

TO8. Knowledge of safety procedures and procedures in case of accidents, transition from remote / automatic to local control of all systems

TO9. Knowledge of safety precautions to be observed during watchkeeping and immediate action to be taken in the event of fire or accident, especially those related to fuel and oil systems

TO10. Knowledge of the principles of resource management of the engine room and the ability to use them in everyday and unpredictable conditions

TO11. Knowledge of the structure of intra-ship communication systems and the ability to transmit, receive and record messages in accordance with the established requirements

TO12. Knowledge of safety rules and procedures in emergency situations when operating the main power plant and control systems

TO13. Knowledge of safe and emergency procedures for operation of propulsion mechanisms and control system

TO14. Ability to start and stop the main propulsion system and auxiliary mechanisms and related systems

TO15. Ability to assess performance, monitor the condition of the main engine and maintain the safety of the power plant and auxiliary mechanisms during operation

TO16. Knowledge of the functions and devices of automatic control of the main engine and auxiliary mechanisms

TO17. Knowledge of propulsive characteristics of diesel, steam and gas turbines

TO18. Knowledge of material technology, physical and chemical properties of fuels and lubricants

TO19. Knowledge of modern methods of observation, description, identification, classification and detection of ship equipment malfunctions

TO20. Ability to detect faults, eliminate them and prevent damage during operation of mechanisms

TO21. Ability to check, adjust ship equipment and perform metrological verification of basic measuring instruments

TO22. Knowledge of operational characteristics and ability to provide operation and maintenance of pumps, piping systems and control systems

TO23. Ability to perform fuel and ballast operations to ensure the safety of the ship and the marine environment

TO24. Knowledge of the requirements for separators and other similar equipment, the ability to operate it

TO25. Knowledge of design characteristics and system configuration of automatic control equipment and protective devices for main engine, ship boiler, generator and distribution system

TO26. Knowledge of design characteristics of high voltage installations, hydraulic and pneumatic control devices and system configuration of operational control equipment for electric motors

TO27. Knowledge of safety requirements for working with marine electrical systems

TO28. Ability to perform maintenance and repair of electrical equipment, switchboards, electric motors, generators and electrical systems and DC equipment

TO29. Ability to detect faults in electrical circuits, identify faults and apply measures to prevent damage

TO30. Knowledge of the design and principle of operation of electrical control and measuring equipment and the ability to interpret electrical and simple electronic circuits

TO31. Ability to troubleshoot electrical and electronic control equipment and surveillance systems

TO32. Ability to control software versions and manage software

TO33. Knowledge of the characteristics, properties and limitations of materials and processes used in the construction and repair of ships, equipment and ship systems and components

TO34. Knowledge and understanding of emergency or temporary repair methods and safety measures that must be taken to ensure safe working environment as well as to use hand tools, machines and measuring instruments

TO35. Ability to use hand tools, machines and measuring devices and various insulating materials and packaging

TO36. Knowledge of safety measures to be taken for repair and maintenance including safe insulation of ship machinery and equipment, requirements for personnel authorized to perform work with such machinery or equipment, in accordance with the requirements of international instruments

TO37. Maintenance and repair skills including disassembly, adjustment and assembly of machinery and equipment

TO38. Ability to use appropriate specialized instruments and measuring devices; read diagrams of pipelines, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, as well as drawings and manuals relating to mechanisms

TO39. Knowledge of design features and materials used in the manufacture of ship equipment

TO40. Knowledge of national and international requirements and principles of safe marine engineering practice

TO41. Ability to plan and manage safe and efficient maintenance and repair, in accordance with the requirements of conventions and classification societies

TO42. Knowledge and skills to ensure the conduct of ship operations in compliance with safety requirements in accordance with the requirements of national and international law and the requirements for the prevention of marine pollution

TO43. Knowledge of precautions to be taken to prevent marine pollution, ability to take pollution control measures and use appropriate equipment

TO44. Knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of ship structure, theories and factors influencing landing and stability, as well as the measures necessary to ensure safe draft and stability

TO45. Knowledge and understanding of the basics of watertightness and the impact of damage and subsequent flooding of any compartment on the landing and stability of the vessel as well as the measures necessary to ensure safe draft and stability

TO46. Knowledge of the requirements of the International Maritime Organization regarding the stability of the vessel

TO47. Knowledge of fire types, the principle of operation of fire extinguishing systems, the ability to extinguish fires with the use of appropriate equipment, including fires of fuel systems; ability to organize firefighting training

TO48. Skills to conduct training sessions on leaving the ship and the ability to handle lifeboats, life rafts and on-duty boats, devices and means for their launching, as well as equipment for them

TO49. Skills in the practical application of medical guidelines and medical advice received by radio, including the ability to take effective action based on such knowledge in the event of accidents or illness typical of shipboard conditions

TO50. Personal survival skills, personal safety and knowledge of public duties on ships

TO51. Knowledge of international requirements for ship rescue equipment

TO52. Ability to use rescue equipment and devices, fire protection systems and other safety systems and maintain them in working order

TO53. Knowledge of international and domestic regulations on the safety of human life at sea and the protection of the marine environment and ensuring their compliance

TO54. Knowledge of ship personnel management methods and training; ability to manage tasks and workload

TO55. Knowledge of methods of effective resource management, decision-making methods and the ability to apply them

8 Resource provision for program implementation

Staffing

Scientific and pedagogical workers who ensure the professional training program by qualification, match profile and direction the disciplines taught, have the necessary experience of pedagogical activities and practical work

Highly qualified experts in the maritime sphere chief and second engineers are involved in the academy educational process

Reconciling teaching activities of such experts at the academy and their work in fleet in compliance with the contracts signed by ship owners or crewing companies is practiced

To improve their professional skills, all the scientific and teaching staff undergo internships (in-service training) once in five years, including training abroad

Maintenance and logistics support

Maintenance and logistics support fully ensures the educational process through the whole cycle of training according to the training program

The condition of premises is testified by an inspection certificate on compliance of premises with normative requirements

A laboratory complex for training specialists, which is competitive in the international labour market, has been set up at the academy. Availability of the training complex and laboratories enables cadets to use the acquired theoretical knowledge during their practice in real conditions, to have possibility of learning some issues connected with professional training and improve their practical skills in the chosen specialties that improves the competitiveness of the cadets and graduates of Kherson State Maritime Academy to a great extent

The training and laboratory base meet the requirements of the International Maritime Organization () and the International STCW Convention as amended.

Informational, educational and methodological support

Library electronic resources, professional publications, electronic training courses with the possibility of distance learning and independent work

 

 

2. List of components of professional training program and their logical sequence

 

2.1. List of PT components

 

Discipline code

Components of training program (disciplines, course projects (works), practice,qualification paper)

ECTS credits/ amount

Form of summative control

1

2

3

4

NORMATYIVE PART

1.1 General training cycle

GT 1.1.1

Ukrainian Language

4,0

Examination

GT 1.1.2

History and Culture of Ukraine

4,0

Examination

GT 1.1.3

Philosophy

4,0

Examination

GT 1.1.4

Higher Mathematics

10,0

Examination

GT 1.1.5

Physics

10,0

Examination

GT 1.1.6

Materials Science and Technology of Materials

4,0

Credit

GT 1.1.7

Information Technology

4,0

Credit

GT 1.1.8

Engineering Graphics

4,0

Credit

GT 1.1.9

Theoretical Mechanics

4,0

Credit

GT 1.1.10

Applied Mechanics

4,0

Examination

GT 1.1.11

Ecology and Environmental Protection

3,0

Credit

1.2 Professional training cycle

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

17,0

Examination

PT 1.2.2

Induction Course

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.3

Basic Safety and Labour Protection on Board

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.4

Safety of Life

4,0

Credit

PT 1.2.5

Theory and Structure of Ship and Propellers

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.6

Basics of Ship Power Engineering

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.7

Technical Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

4,0

Credit

PT 1.2.8

Hydromechanics and Ship Hydraulic Drive System

4,0

Credit

PT 1.2.9

Electrical Engineering and Electrical Equipment of Ships

4,0

Credit

PT 1.2.10

Conventions and Regulations of International Maritime Organization

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.11

Technical Chemistry and Technology of Working Substances Use

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.12

Ship Auxiliary Plants and Systems

6,0

Examination

PT 1.2.13

Ship Boiler Plants

4,0

Examination

PT 1.2.14

Ship Internal Combustion Engines

7,0

Examination

PT 1.2.15

Ship Turbine Plants

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.16

Ship Refrigeration Unit

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.17

Ship Cargo and Deck Machinery

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.18

Maritime Law

3,0

Credit

PT 1.2.19

Safe Watchkeeping and Engine Crew Management

4,0

Credit

PT 1.2.20

Automation of Ship Power Plants and Electronic Means of Control and Communication

4,0

Credit

PT 1.2.21

Technical Use of Ship Technical Equipment

4,0

Examination

PT 1.2.22

Technical Maintenance and Repair of Ship Technical Equipment

5,0

Examination

PT 1.2.23

Induction Practice

7,0

Differential credit

PT 1.2.24

Industrial Practice

23,0

Differential credit

OPTIONAL PART

Unit 1.

(two disciplines with general volume of 8 ECTS credits are selected from the unit)

DFC.01

Discipline #1 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 4

4,0

Credit

DFC.02

Discipline #2 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 4

4,0

Credit

Unit 2.

(two disciplines with general volume of 8 ECTS credits are selected from the unit)

DFC.03

Discipline #1 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 6

4,0

Credit

DFC.04

Discipline #1 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 6

4,0

Credit

Unit 3.
(two disciplines with general volume of 8 ECTS credits are selected from the unit)

DFC.05

DFC.05

DFC.05

DFC.05

DFC.06

DFC.06

DFC.06

DFC.06

Unit 4.

(one discipline with general volume of 3 ECTS credits is selected from the unit)

DFC.07

DFC.07

DFC.07

DFC.07

Unit 5.
(
one of two disciplines with the general volume of 3 ECTS credits is selected from the unit)

DFC.08

DFC.08

DFC.08

DFC.09

DFC.08

DFC.09

DFC.09

DFC.09

1

1

1

1

Unit 6.
(
one of two disciplines with the general volume of 30 ECTS credits is selected from the unit)

DFC.10

Shipboard practice

30,0

Differential credit

DFC.11

Industrial practice

GENERAL VOLUME OF TRAINING PROGRAM

240,0

 

2.2 Structural logical scheme

Discipline Code

Components of training program (disciplines, course projects (works), practice,qualification paper)

ECTS credits/ amount

General

Volume/

hours

Form of summative control

1

2

3

4

5

Year 1, semester 1

GT 1.1.4

Higher Mathematics

5,0

150

Credit

GT 1.1.5

Physics

5,0

150

Credit

GT 1.1.6

Materials Science and Technology of Materials

4,0

120

Credit

GT 1.1.7

Information Technologies

4,0

120

Credit

GT 1.1.8

Engineering Graphics

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.1

Induction Practice

3,0

90

Differential credit

PT 1.2.2

Induction Course

3,0

90

Credit

Year 1, semester 2

GT 1.1.4

Higher Mathematics

5,0

150

Examination

GT 1.1.5

Physics

3,0

90

Examination

GT 1.1.9

Theoretical Mechanics

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

3,0

90

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.4

Safety of Life

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.5

Theory and Structure of Ship and Propellers

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.23

Induction practice

7,0

210

Differential credit

Year 2, semester 3

GT 1.1.10

Applied Mechanics

4,0

120

Examination

GT 1.1.11

Ecology and Environmental Protection

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

3,0

90

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.3

Basics Safety and of Labour Protection on Board

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.6

Basics of Ship Power Engineering

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.7

Technical Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.8

Hydromechanics and Ship Hydraulic Drive System

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.9

Electrical Engineering and Electrical Equipment of Ships

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.10

Conventions and Regulations of International Maritime Organization

3,0

90

Credit

Year 2, semester 4

GT 1.1.1

Ukrainian Language

4,0

120

Examination

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

3,0

90

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.11

Technical Chemistry and Technology of Working Substances Use

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.12

Ship Auxiliary Plants and Systems

6,0

180

Examination

PT 1.2.13

Ship Boiler Plants

4,0

120

Examination

PT 1.2.14

Ship Internal Combustion Engines

4,0

120

Credit

DFC.01

Discipline #1 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 4

4,0

120

Credit

DFC.02

Discipline #2 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 4

4,0

120

Credit

Year 3, semester 5

PT 1.2.24

Industrial practice

23,0

690

Differential

credit

Year 3, semester 6

GT 1.1.2

History and Culture of Ukraine

4,0

120

Examination

GT 1.1.3

Philosophy

4,0

120

Examination

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

3,0

90

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.14

Ship Internal Combustion Engines

3,0

90

Examination

PT 1.2.15

Ship Turbine Plants

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.18

Maritime Law

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.19

Safe Watchkeeping and Engine Crew Management

4,0

120

Credit

DFC.03

Discipline #1 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 6

4,0

120

Credit

DFC.04

Discipline #2 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 6

4,0

120

Credit

DFC.09

Laboratory workshop "Global Maritime Distress and Safety System"

3,0

90

Credit

DFC.09

Laboratory workshop "High Voltage Ship Equipment"

Year 4, semester 7

DFC.10

Shipboard practice

30,0

900

Differential

credit

DFC.11

Industrial practice

Year 4, semester 8

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

2,0

60

Examination

PT 1.2.16

Ship Refrigeration Unit

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.17

Ship Cargo and Deck Machinery

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.20

Automation of Ship Power Plants and Electronic Means of Control and Communication

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.21

Technical Use of Ship Technical Equipment

4,0

120

Examination

PT 1.2.22

Technical Maintenance and Repair of Ship Technical Equipment

5,0

150

Examination

DFC.05

Discipline #1 from catalog #1 of disciplines of semester 8

4,0

120

Credit

DFC.06

Discipline #2 from catalog #1 of disciplines of semester 8

4,0

120

Credit

DFC.07

Discipline #2 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 8

3,0

90

Credit

:

240

7200

 

 

3. Form of higher education applicants certification

 

Certification of higher education applicants

 

-          qualification examination in specialization 271.02 Management of Ship technical systems and complexes


4. Compliance matrix of program competences and components

Training program outcomes

Competences

Discipline code

General competences

General professional competences

Special (professional) competences

GC1

GC2

GC3

GC4

GC5

GC6

GC7

GC8

GC9

GC10

GC11

GC12

GC13

GC14

GC15

GC16

GPC1

GPC2

GPC3

GPC4

GPC5

GPC6

GPC7

GPC8

SC1

SC2

SC3

SC4

SC5

SC6

SC7

SC8

SC9

SC10

SC11

SC12

SC13

SC14

SC15

SC16

SC17

TO1

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

+

 

 

GT 1.1.4

GT 1.1.5

GT 1.1.9

GT 1.1.10

PT 1.2.2

PT 1.2.6

PT 1.2.7

PT 1.2.8

PT 1.2.9

TO2

 

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

 

+

+

 

PT 1.2.5

PT 1.2.6

PT 1.2.9

PT 1.2.11

PT 1.2.12

PT 1.2.13

PT 1.2.14

PT 1.2.15

PT 1.2.16

PT 1.2.17

PT 1.2.20

PT 1.2.21

PT 1.2.22

TO3

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

+

 

 

GT 1.1.5

PT 1.2.9 PT 1.2.20

TO4

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

+

 

 

PT 1.2.2

PT 1.2.5

PT 1.2.6

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.21

PT 1.2.22

TO5

 

+

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

PT 1.2.1

TO6

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.21

TO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.21

TO8

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.20

PT 1.2.21

TO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.3

PT 1.2.4

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.21

TO10

 

 

 

+

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

+

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.21

TO11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.21

TO12

 

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.14

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.20

PT 1.2.21

TO13

 

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.14

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.20

PT 1.2.21

TO14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.12

PT 1.2.13

PT 1.2.14

PT 1.2.15

PT 1.2.16

PT 1.2.17

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.20

PT 1.2.21

TO15

 

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

PT 1.2.14

PT 1.2.19

DFC.08

TO16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.12

PT 1.2.13

PT 1.2.14

PT 1.2.15

PT 1.2.16

PT 1.2.17

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.20

PT 1.2.21

TO17

 

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.2

PT 1.2.6

PT 1.2.14

PT 1.2.15

PT 1.2.21

TO18

 

 

 

+

+