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Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Engineering Department is a pioneer in marine science development in Southeast Asia. Students will learn, research, design shipbuilding, develop a transportation system to run marine industry. Currently, there four expertise such as Shipbuilding Engineering, Hydrodynamic, Construction and Strength, and Shipbuilding production.
ITS opened the marine program in 1960, and this department has successfully graduated thousands of students with alumni working in various fields of maritime. This department also received A Accreditation from BAN-PT. As the oldest in ASEAN, This Department became the reference for maritime science. In the postgraduate program, Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Engineering Department have collaborated with The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne since 1992 and continue to global maritime development.
Under expertise lectures, students not only learn theory but also solving real problems. To support the learning process, this department has a complete reference about Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding, drawing studio, laboratories, and workshop to produce ship modeling. This affected in campus life in this department conducive to the academic and social interaction that is very thick with maritime science.
Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Engineering graduates have the advantage of being a master in all maritime science. Their graduates not only guided as an engineer but also who good at communicating, independent, logical, critical, systematic and innovative in the context of development and implementation of maritime science.
The undergraduate program has 144 credits which scheduled for eight semesters and divided into preparation stage with 36 credits in two semesters, and a bachelor stage with 108 credits scheduled in six semesters. At the preparation stage, students are provided with basic general courses, basic science courses, and introduction courses of Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding. At the undergraduate stage is equipped with basic engineering knowledge, special foundation, and expertise which become the main character of shipping technique profession as well as the task of practicum and design tasks. Final Project is the culmination of an undergraduate program that can be a design, research, or a theoretical assessment of a problem. The degree obtained by graduates is Bachelor of Engineering (S.T.).
International Undergraduate Program
The International Undergraduate Program (also known as IUP) is a bachelor program which implements English as the language of instruction. The program offers regular undergraduate curriculum and provides opportunities for students to take part in international activities in the form of Study excursion, Internship in an international or multinational company, Student exchange, Summer/short course, and Joint degree.
The degree obtained by graduates is Master of Engineering (M.T). Students are graduated if they have taken a total of 36 passing credits consisting of compulsory courses, elective courses, research and thesis writing in accordance with the curriculum. The study period of the program is normally 4 semesters (2 years). This Master’s Program is incorporated into the Marine Technology Postgraduate Program (PPsTK) with the expertise of Materials and Marine Production Engineering (TPMK) – Concentration of Shipping Industry. The areas of concentration offered are ship design, ship hydrodynamics, ship construction, ship industry, and marine transportation.
The degree obtained by graduates is Doctoral (Dr.). The required is 42 credits for students coming from a master’s degree program and scheduled in 6 semesters, and 72 credits for students from nonlinear master’s programs scheduled in 8 semesters. This Doctoral Program is incorporated into the Marine Technology Postgraduate Program (PPsTK) with the expertise of Materials and Marine Production Engineering (TPMK) – Concentration of Shipping Industry. The areas of concentration offered are ship design, ship hydrodynamics, ship construction, ship industry, and marine transportation.
One of the missions of Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Engineering Department is to carry out relevant research in shipping engineering at the ASEAN level. The type of research that has been done by Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Engineering Department consists of junior research, laboratory research, research majors, research of Doctoral, Research SIDI (Sustainable Island Development Initiatives), International, national strategic research, and others. The areas of concentration offered are ship design, ship hydrodynamics, ship construction, ship industry, and marine transportation. The research journal of this department is also published at national and international seminars.
The collaboration program that has been done by Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Engineering Department through community service activities, in collaboration with Conoco Philips, PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero), PT. Pertamina Trans Kontinental, PT. Palindo Marine, PC. Ketapang II LTD, BOPTN, PT Pertamina (Persero), PT Dharma Kreasi Nusantara, PT Geotindo Mitra Kencana, JOB Pertamina-Petrochina East Java, PT. Badak NGL, PT Palindo Marine Shipyard, PT Varia Usaha Beton, PT Rukindo, Star Energy (Kakap) LTD, PC. Ketapang II LTD, PT Industri Kapal Indonesia, PT Waskitas Beton Precast, Husky-CNNOC Madura Limited (HCML), PT Pupuk Sriwidjaja Palembang, PT. ASDP Indonesia Ferry, PT Pelindo III, Department of Industrial and Trading East Java Province.
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