MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF UKRAINE

KHERSON STATE MARITIME ACADEMY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STUDY PROGRAM

 

Navigation and Ship Handling at Sea

 

First level of higher education

Speciality 271 River and Sea Transport

Specialization 01 Navigation and Ship Handling at Sea

Field of Knowledge 27 Transport

Qualification: Bachelor in Navigation and Ship Handling at Sea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 the bachelors degree program

 

Higher education level

Field of knowledge

27 Transport

Speciality

271 River and sea transport

Specialization

01 Navigation and ship handling at sea

 

 

 

 

AGREED

 

First Vice-Rector

_________________ Kulykova L.B.

 

____ ___________ 20____

 

 

 

Project team leader:

 

Head of Ship Handling Department,
Candidate of Technical Sciences,
Associate Professor of Ship Handling Department

 

____________ Tovstokoryi O.M.

 

____ ___________ 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:

 

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Ph.D. in Technical Science, Head of Ship Handling

Department

_________________

Tovstokoryi .. 

 

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Ph.D. in Technical Science, Associate Prof. of Department of Navigation and Electronic Navigation Systems

_________________

Makarchuk D.V.

 

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Ph.D. in Technical Science, Senior Teacher of Department of Navigation and Electronic Navigation Systems

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Volkov Y.V.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


1. Study program profile

 

 

Speciality 271 River and Sea Transport

 

Specialization Navigation and Ship Handling at Sea

 

 

1 General information

 

Full name of the higher education establishment and structural subsection

Kherson State Maritime Academy

Navigation Faculty

 

Higher education level and qualification name in the original language

Higher education level

Qualification:

-

 

Official name of the educational program

River and sea transport

 

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 - till 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 training program description

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

 

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, establishments and organizations that ensure fleet operations, manage vessel traffic and navigation security; further 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 studies: navigation processes, navigation equipment, systems and processes of navigational maintenance; methods of handling and stowing cargoes onboard; methods of operating ships and their systems, operations management on ships; organization of crew work and care for people onboard; systems of ship traffic control; systems of navigation security provision.

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 that ensure fleet operations, manage vessel traffic and navigation security; further education at the second level of higher education.

Theoretical content of the subject area:

Theoretical content of the subject area is based on the theories of ship arrangement, automatic control, reliability; methods of navigation, remote observation of objects, meteorological conditions forecasting, environmental protection, risks and decision-making assessment, 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 like:

- navigator, chief navigator, officer of the watch, chief officer, captain, chief captain, chief captain-coordinator, dispatcher engineer in fleet traffic;

 

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 complicated specialized tasks and practical issues in the field of navigation and ship engineering that provide for application of theories and methods of the sciences about ship arrangement, navigation, mechanical and electrical engineering, operation and maintenance of transport vehicles, resource management and are characterized by complexity and uncertainty of conditions.

 

General competences (GC)

GC1. Ability to plan and manage time.

GC2. Ability to use English in written form and orally, 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.

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

GC9. Valuing and respecting of 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 fire-fighting 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 ship.

PCS8. Ability to use onboard communication systems.

 

Special (professional) competences (SC)

SC1.Ability to apply conceptual knowledge and critical understanding of basic laws, theories, principles, methods and concepts of navigation and sea-going ships handling for solving professional problems.

S2. Ability to plan and plot a navigation course.

S3. Ability to navigate in any conditions using appropriate methods for getting definition of precise location and optimal use of all available navigation data for sailing.

S4. Ability to ensure organization and adhering to the procedures of safe watchkeeping.

SC5. Knowledge and proficiency in taking actions when receiving a distress alert at sea. Ability to coordinate save and rescue operations.

S6. Ability to use radar and automated radar plotting devices for ensuring safe sailing.

S7. Ability to ensure safe sailing by using electronic chart display and information systems.

S8. Ability to analyze weather forecast and oceanographic conditions for choosing a ships safe course.

S9. Ability and proficiency in maneuvering and ship handling in any conditions.

S10. Ability to ensure maintenance of propulsion remote control system and engine room systems and services.

SC11. Ability to plan and ensure safe loading, placement, securing, maintenance during the voyage and discharge of cargoes, including dangerous cargoes.

S12. Knowledge and proficiency in controlling the hull draft, stability and stress, ensuring seaworthiness of the vessel.

S13. Ability to assess detected defects and damage to cargo spaces, hatch covers and ballast tanks and taking appropriate actions.

S14.Ability to transfer and receive information using subsystems and equipment of global maritime communication, and ensuring radio communication in all cases.

S15. Ability to solve complicated unexpected tasks and problems in the sphere of navigation.

S16. Ability to justify personal opinion and conclusions using basic theories and concepts in the sphere of navigation.

SC17. Ability to analyze and predict processes and navigational equipment condition in cases of incomplete or limited information.

Training programs should ensure fulfillment of requirements of the International Convention on standards of training, certification and watchkeeping for seafarers 1978 as amended, and as specified in chapter VIII of this standard.

 

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.Proficiency in planning and plotting the ships course in compliance with general provisions on establishing shipping lanes with considering limitations of ships current draft and other circumstances for safe voyage performance.

TO2.Proficiency in maneuvering and ship handling in any conditions using appropriate methods of defining location by astronomical methods as well as using modern electronic radar devices, paying special attention to the knowledge of their operation principles, limitations, sources of errors and proficiency in detecting wrong readings and in correction methods for getting precise definition of location; interconnection and optimal use of all available navigational data for sailing.

TO3.Knowledge of basic principles of watchkeeping and bridge resource management.

TO4.Proficiency in assessing navigational information received from all sources, in particular, radar, automated radar plotting devices and electronic complexes of navigational information system with the purpose of decision making on collision prevention and safe ship handling; methods of navigation in the conditions of lack of visibility.

TO5.Proficiency in assessing and predicting meteorological conditions of sailing, with taking into account current and predicted weather in the sailing region, considering local meteorological conditions for the possible correction of ships course and safe voyage.

TO6. Knowledge of message systems, ensuring radio communication in case of search, rescue and in case of emergencies.

TO7.Knowledge and understanding of impact of tonnage, draft, trim, speed, and depth clearance under the keel on the ships maneuvering qualities; wind and current impact on ship handling; squat effect, shoal impact etc.; appropriate procedures of anchoring and berthing.

TO8.Knowledge and proficiency in safe handling, loading, placement, securing, maintenance during the voyage and discharge of cargoes, in particular, bulk cargoes as well as dangerous and harmful cargoes and their impact human life and vessels; cargo impact, especially heavy lift cargo, on ships seaworthiness and stability.

TO9.Understanding of basic principles of ship arrangement, theory and causes that have impact on draft and stability as well as actions necessary for ensuring ships draft and stability; impact of damages and/or flooding of any compartment on ships draft and stability and actions to be taken concerning flooding control.

TO10.Knowledge of IMO requirements concerning ship stability.

TO11.Knowledge of assessment of damages and defects caused by loading and discharge operations; detecting elements of ship arrangement which are decisive for her safety; definitions of corrosion causes in cargo spaces and ballast tanks as well as the ways of defining and preventing corrosion.

TO12.Understanding principles of work of ship power plants, ship auxiliary mechanisms and maritime technical terms.

TO13.Proficiency in decision making and taking actions in unpredicted conditions, in particular, at emergency situations and receiving distress signal at sea, for defense and safety of passengers, crew, ship and cargo, coordinating save and rescue operations.

TO14.Proficiency in effective performing of professional activities, making and implementing managerial decisions in multinational crew.

TO15.Knowledge of English language allowing for use of technical books and discussing professional issues while performing professional duties in English.

TO16.Knowledge of international requirements to modern life-saving appliances.

TO17.Proficiency in using life-saving appliances and equipment and maintaining equipment, devices and systems in the operational state to ensure ship security and safety of life.

TO18.Proficiency in conducting abandon ship training and in using lifeboats, life rafts and rescue boats, devices and appliances for launching them as well as equipment for them.

TO19.Knowledge of fire types, operating principles of fire-fighting systems, proficiency in fire-fighting using appropriate equipment, including fires of fuel systems; proficiency in organizing training on fire-fighting.

TO20.Knowledge of methods and devices for preventing fire, detection and fighting fire, damage control and ways of personal survivability.

TO21.Proficiency in administering first aid and in using medical guides and medical consultations via radio, in particular, proficiency in applying effective actions based on the knowledge in case of injuries or diseases.

TO22.Knowledge of methods, actions and equipment for preventing of marine environment pollution from ships as well as observation activities to be used for preventing marine environment pollution and performing duties in compliance with adequate requirements of the International convention for the prevention of pollution from ships.

TO23.Knowledge of international and national normative and legal acts as for safety of life at sea and protection of marine environment and ensuring their observation.

TO24.Knowledge of issues of personnel management on board vessel and its preparation; proficiency in using management methods, solve tasks and manage workload, share with specialists and non-specialists ideas, problems and their solution, personal experience in the sphere of professional activities.

TO25.Knowledge of methods of effective resource management and proficiency in their implementation; knowledge and proficiency in using decision making methods.

TO26.Proficiency in personal survival, ensuring personal safety and knowledge of social responsibilities on board.

TO27.Knowledge of arrangement of onboard ship communication systems and proficiency in transferring, receiving and registering messages in compliance with established requirements.

TO28.Proficiency in conducting abandon ship training and in using lifeboats, life rafts and rescue boats, devices and appliances for launching them as well as equipment for 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 deep sea captains, chief officers 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 training complex for training specialists, competitive in the international labour market, has been established 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 specialities 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 study 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

FOR SPECIALIZATION NAVIGATION AND SEA-GOING SHIPS HANDLING

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

2,5

Credit

 

GT 1.1.7

Information Technology

3,0

Credit

 

Professional training cycle

 

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

15,0

Examination

 

PT 1.2.2

Induction Course

2,5

Credit

 

PT 1.2.3

Basic Safety and Labour Protection on Board

2,5

Credit

 

PT 1.2.4

Safety of Life

4,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.5

Celestial Methods of Navigation

4,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.6

International Regulations of Collision Prevention at Sea

4,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.7

Use of Radar and Appliances of Automatic Radar Plotting for Collision Avoidance

2,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.8

Radio Navigational Appliances and Systems

3,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.9

Electrical Navigational Appliances

2,5

Credit

 

PT 1.2.10

Conventions and Regulations of International Maritime Organization

2,5

Credit

 

PT 1.2.11

Meteorology and Oceanography

5,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.12

Ecology and Environmental protection

2,5

Credit

 

PT 1.2.13

Navigational Information Systems

4,5

Credit

 

PT 1.2.14

Technology of Cargo Transportation

4,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.15

Ship Power Plants and Electrical Equipment

3,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.16

Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

2,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.17

Maritime and Commercial Law

4,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.18

Safe Watchkeeping and Bridge Management

4,0

Credit

 

PT 1.2.19

Theory and Ship Construction

12

Examination

 

PT 1.2.20

Ship Handling

13,5

Examination

 

PT 1.2.21

Navigation and Sailing Directions

16,0

Examination

 

PT 1.2.22

Induction practice

7,0

Differential credit

 

PT 1.2.23

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

Discipline #1 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 8

4,0

Credit

DFC.06

Discipline #2 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 8

4,0

Credit

Unit 4.

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

DFC.07

Discipline #2 from the catalog of disciplines of semester 8

3,0

Credit

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

DFC.08

Laboratory workshop "Virtual Engine Room"

3,0

Credit

DFC.09

Laboratory workshop "Global Maritime Distress and Safety System"

1

2

3

4

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 practice

DFC.11

Industrial practice

GENERAL VOLUME OF TRAINING PROGRAM

240,0

 

 

 

2.2 Structural logical scheme

 

FOR SPECIALIZATION NAVIGATION AND SEA-GOING SHIPS HANDLING

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

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

2,5

75

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.21

Navigation and Sailing Directions

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.19

Theory and Ship Construction

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.2

Induction Course

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.1.7

Information Technology

3,0

90

Credit

Year 1, semester 2

GT 1.1.4

Higher Mathematics

5,0

150

Examination

GT 1.1.5

Physics

5,0

150

Examination

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

2,5

75

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.4

Safety of Life

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.5

Celestial Methods of Navigation

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.21

Navigation and Sailing Directions

2,0

60

Credit

PT 1.2.20

Ship Handling

1,5

45

Credit

PT 1.2.19

Ship Theory and Construction

2,5

75

Credit

Year 2, semester 3

PT 1.2.3

Basic safety and Labour Protection on Board

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.6

International regulations for preventing collisions at sea

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

2,5

75

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.22

Induction Practice

7,0

210

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.21

Navigation and Sailing Directions

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.20

Ship Handling

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.9

Electrical Navigational Appliances

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.19

Theory and Ship Construction

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.11

Meteorology and Oceanography

5,0

150

Credit

PT 1.2.12

Ecology and Environmental Protection

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.10

Conventions and Regulations of International Maritime Organization

2.5

75

Credit

Year 2, semester 4

PT 1.2.14

Technology of Cargo Transportation

4,0

120

Credit

GT 1.1.1

Ukrainian Language

4,0

120

Examination

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

3,0

90

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.21

Navigation and Sailing Directions

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.20

Ship Handling

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.8

Radio Navigational Appliances and Systems

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.19

Theory and Ship Construction

4,0

120

Examination

Theory and Ship Construction

Graphical calculations

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 1.2.23

Industrial practice

23,0

690

Differential

credit

Year 3, semester 6

GT 1.1.3

Philosophy

4,0

120

Examination

PT 1.2.1

Maritime English

2,5

75

Differential

credit

PT 1.2.21

Navigation and Sailing Directions

4,0

120

Credit

Navigation and Sailing Directions

Calculation-graphical task

PT 1.1.20

Ship Handling

3,0

90

Credit

PT 1.2.13

Navigational Information Systems

2,0

60

Credit

GT 1.1.2

History and Culture of Ukraine

4,0

120

Examination

PT 1.2.16

Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

2,0

60

Credit

PT 1.2.17

Maritime and Commercial Law

4,0

120

Credit

PT 1.2.18

Safe Watchkeeping and Bridge Resource 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

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 1.2.21

Navigation and Sailing Directions

2,0

60

Examination

PT 1.2.20

Ship Handling

4,0

120

Examination

PT 1.2.13

Navigational Information Systems

2,5

75

Credit

PT 1.2.7

Use of Radar and Appliances of Automatic Radar Plotting for Collision Avoidance

2,0

60

Credit

PT 1.2.15

Ship Power Plants and Electrical Equipment

3,0

90

Credit

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

Total:

240

7200

 

 

 

3. Form of higher education applicants certification

 

Certification of higher education applicants

 

-   qualification examination in specialization NAVIGATION AND SHIP HANDLING AT SEA;


4. Compliance matrix of program competences and components

Competences

Training programme outcomes

General competences

General professional competences

Special (professional) competences

Discipline code

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.17

PT 1.2.2

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.21

GT 1.1.4

TO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

+

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.1.20

PT 1.2.25

PT 1.2.6

PT 1.2.13

TO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.18

PT 1.2.6

PT 1.2.20

TO4

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

++

 

 

+

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.13

PT 1.2.6

PT 1.2.7

PT 1.2.21

PT 1.2.4

GT 1.1.7

TO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.11

PT 1.2.21

TO6

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

PT 1.2.16

PT 1.2.13

PT 1.2.8

GT 1.1.7

TO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

PT 1.2.21

PT 1.2.20

PT 1.2.1

PT 1.2.4

TO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.19

PT

1.2.17

PT 1.2.14

TO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

 

+

 

 

PT 1.2.20

PT 1.2.4

PT 1.2.1

PT 1.2.10

GT 1.1.6

TO10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.10

PT 1.2.19

TO11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.14

PT 1.2.19

PT 1.2.22

PT 1.2.23

GT 1.1.4

GT 1.1.15

GT 1.1.6

TO12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT 1.2.15

GT 1.1.4

GT 1.1.5

GT 1.1.6

TO13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+

+

PT 1.2.15

GT 1.1.4

GT 1.1.5

GT

GT

1.1.6

TO14

+

 

 

 

 

+

+

+

+