FOUNDATION & HISTORY
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Department was founded in 1996. The department under Faculty of Marine Science is the youngest department of Turkey on its own branch. The department brings up naval architects and marine engineers who can produce the most economic products using the current technologies and design systems. The department gets students within 336.000-327.000 OSS-SAY2 points and students have main and optional lessons about naval architecture, marine engineering and social branches during the undergraduate program.
The students who have successfully completed all of the thought courses of the programme with 240 ECTS credits, achieved a CGPA of at least 2.00 out of 4.00 and had a pass grade from the Professional placement period and the report prepared therein are given Bachelor's Degree in NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE ENGINEERING
LEVEL of QUALIFICATION:
First Cycle Degree
MODE of STUDY
ADMISSION & REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS
1 - High school diploma , 2 - Obtaining the required grade from National University Entrance and Placement Exam (ÖSS)
OBJECTIVE of THE PROGRAMME
The department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering is committed to addressing the educational and research needs to ensure sustainable management of the divers ship design and production areas. . Main research activities involve ship production, ship design, ship resistace, marine enginees, air conditioning.
RECOGNATION of PRIOR LEARNING
Recognition of prior learning is at the beginning stage in the Turkish Higher Education System. Karadeniz Technical University and hence the Department of Geology is no exception to this. However, exams of exemption are organised at the start of each term at the University for courses compulsory in the curriculum, such as Foreign Languages and Basic Computing. The students who have completed the learning process for these courses on his/her own or through other means, and believe that they have achieved the learning outcomes specified are given the right to take the exemption exam. The students who achieve a passing grade from these exams are held exempt from the related course in the curriculum, and this grade is entered into the transcript of the student.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS and REGULATIONS
The degree is awarded to students who have successfully completed all the courses in the curriculum including summer practices, with a CGPA of 2.00 out of 4.00.
EXAMINATION, ASSESSMENT and GRADING REGULATIONS
In each semester, students are subjected to midterm exams, projects, seminars, field studies, quizzes, homework, laboratory or similar midterm studies and final exam. The contribution of the semester study to the success grade is 50% and the contribution of the final exam is 50%. All exams are evaluated out of 100 points and it is obligatory to get at least 45 points in the final exam. At the end of each semester, students can take make-up exams from all courses of that semester. Students who get one of the letter grades (AA), (BA), (BB), (CB) and (CC) in a course are considered successful in that course.
Students who successfully complete all of the courses available in the program (for a total of 240 ECTS), have a grade point average of at least 2.0 out of 4.00, and complete a 60-day professional internship are awarded a bachelor's degree in NAVAL ARCHITECTURE and MARINE ENGINEERING
OCCUPATIONAL PROFILES of GRADUATES
The curriculum prepares students for careers in fisheries professions within private or state fisheries and maritime sectors, and ensures that, upon graduation, students are eligible for employment or post-graduate study. Additionally, the Department maintains a nationally and internationally recognized research program that addresses all aspects of fisheries and aquatic sciences
ACCESS to FURTHER STUDIES
The students who have completed the department with a grade above average may apply for postgraduate studies (Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy) in variety of fields in the department.
DEPARTMENTAL FACILITIES :
Since Faculty of Marine Science is located near the shipyards of Camburnu, students are able to see the parts of ship and construction methods in these shipyards . There are two dining halls, one basketball area, one volleyball area and football areas at the faculty. Students of the department are able to use the metarial, engines, fluids, hydrodynamics and vibration laboratories in Mechanical Engineering Department and computer laboratories in Faculty of Marine Science