The Master Study Program in Marine Transportation Engineering provides an opportunity for graduates of the Bachelor program to continue their studies to a master’s education level in the field of marine transportation, so that the graduates get prepared of the world of work. The following is the Profile of Graduates of Master Study Programme of the Marine Transportation Engineering :
This educational program was established by looking at the potential of the maritime world, especially sea transportation, including:
Quality Teachers and Teaching Staff: PSMTTL has experienced and qualified teachers and teaching staff in the field of maritime transportation, who can provide in-depth understanding and the latest updates to students Adequate Facilities and Laboratories: The existence of facilities, laboratories, and supporting equipment such as simulation models for loading cargo onto ships, and modern simulation software can facilitate practical and experimental learning.
Strong Industry Network: The program has strong connections with the maritime industry and shipping companies, which can help students gain good field experience and job placement.
Industry Needs Based Curriculum: The program may have developed a curriculum relevant to the needs of the maritime transportation industry, enhancing graduates’ career prospects.
Expensive Education Fees: PSMTTL is currently collaborating with Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (RUAS) to organize a double degree program which requires relatively expensive education costs.
Resource Limitations: Resources such as funding, facilities, or teaching staff may be limited, which may limit the program’s ability to develop or update the curriculum.
Increased Demand for Maritime Professionals: With the growth of international trade and maritime industry, there is a great opportunity for graduates of this program to find employment in various maritime companies and related institutions.
Technological Innovation: Technological developments in maritime transportation, such as ship automation and advanced navigation systems, create opportunities for this program to integrate these innovation topics into the curriculum.
Regulatory Changes: Changes in international and national regulations in the field of maritime transportation may affect training and certification requirements, which may disrupt this program.
Decreasing Student Interest: If student interest in careers in maritime transportation decreases, the program may face challenges in attracting prospective students.
In compiling the curriculum structure of the Master Study Program, Marine Transportation Engineering involves stakeholders consisting of all lecturers, industry representatives, government agencies and foreign university partners related to the marine transportation sector to provide suggestions or proposals related to curriculum suitability with the requirements and developments of industry as well as the world of work so that it is expected that the graduates can be accommodated to the world of work. The following is a documentation of the discussion of the curriculum for the Master Program in Marine Transportation Engineering which is carried out online with lecturers, industry representatives, government agencies and partner universities.
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