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Country
Turkey  
Name
Istanbul Technical University, Maritime Faculty  
General Information

Name of the Institution: Istanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty

Dean:  Prof. Dr. Nil GULER

Address: ITU Maritime Faculty, Postane Mah. Manastir Yolu, Tuzla, Istanbul

Phone: + 90 (216) 395 10 43, 395 10 09      

Fax: + 90 (216) 395 45 00

URL: http://www.df.itu.edu.tr/

e-mail:gulern@itu.edu.tr

e-mail: denizcilikdek@itu.edu.tr

ITU was established in 1773, during the time of the Ottoman Sultan Mustafa III. With its original name "Muhendishane-i Bahr-i Humayun", The Royal School of Naval Engineering, its responsibility was to educate chart masters and ship builders. In 1795, the "Muhendishane-i Berr-i Humayun", The Royal School of Military Engineering, was established to educate the technical staff in the army. In 1847, education in the field of architecture was also introduced.

Established in 1883, the School of Civil Engineering assumed the name "Engineering Academy", with the aim of teaching essentials skills needed in planning and implementing the country's new infrastructure projects. Gaining university status in 1928, the Engineering Academy continued to provide education in the fields of engineering and architecture until it was incorporated into ITU in 1944. Finally, in 1946, ITU became an autonomous university which included the Faculties of Architecture, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

With a history stretching back over 236 years, providing technical education within a modern educational environment and strong academic staff, ITU is strongly identified with architectural and engineering education in Turkey. Since its inception and foundation under Ottoman rule, ITU has constantly lead the way in reform movements, and in the latter era of the Republic of Turkey, ITU has assumed pivotal roles in the reconstruction, modernization, and administration of the country. The efforts and expertise of ITU graduates have been major contributors in the planning and construction of Turkey's roads, bridges, dams, factories, buildings, energy plants, communication networks, villages and cities. ITU is a state university which defines and continues to update methods of engineering and architecture in Turkey. It provides its students with modern educational facilities while retaining traditional values, as well as using its strong international contacts to mould young, talented individuals who can compete in the global arena.

ITU has 13 Faculties and 5 campuses including Tuzla. 18.000.000 undergraduate and 4.000 graduate students. 

.1 Education Philosophy:

To develop the strategies and methods in the advancement of maritime education; and to become an interdisciplinary and dynamic scientific center of excellence which can adopt itself in line with the changing conditions as a part of a premier research university.

 

1.2 Education Goals:

Our mission is to excel in Maritime Research and Education
 

In this mission, our specific aims are:


-To develop a sustainable and scientific educational background in order to graduate environmentally conscious maritime officers with analytical, creative and contemporary thinking, strong social and leadership skills, who will work in national and international vessels/sectors as well as being able to conduct research, development and production activities on land if necessary.


-To develop an interdisciplinary educational and research background in order to educate academicians who will contribute to knowledge and technology production and transfer, create positive impact on the national and international maritime sector while working under the guidance of scientific, engineering and maritime ethics.


-To work for the advancement of knowledge and technology production in the maritime field by participating in national and international interdisciplinary research activities.

 

1.3 Brief History:

The history of our faculty dates back to the ‘Merchant Navy Boarding School’ (Leyli Tüccar Kaptan Mektebi), which was established in 5 December 1884 at Heybeliada-Istanbul as a part of the Ottoman-Turkish Naval Academy with the aim of strengthening civilian navigation/seamanship in the country. During the Republican era, it’s named as the ‘High Navigation School’ and continued its activities in the following decades. Finally, in 1992, it is re-established as a ‘Maritime Faculty’ and tied to the Istanbul Technical University.

 

 

 
Structure of Institution

Maritime Faculty

 

The history of Maritime Faculty dates back to the ‘Merchant Navy Boarding School’ (Leyli Tüccar Kaptan Mektebi), which was established in 5 December 1884 at Heybeliada-Istanbul as a part of the Ottoman-Turkish Naval Academy with the aim of strengthening civilian navigation/seamanship in the country. During the Republican era, it’s named as the ‘High Navigation School’ and continued its activities in the following decades. Finally, in 1992, it is re-established as a ‘Maritime Faculty’ and tied to the Istanbul Technical University.    

 

 

The Mission of Maritime Facultyis to excel in Maritime Research and Education.

In this mission, the specific aims are:

-To develop a sustainable and scientific educational background in order to graduate environmentally  conscious maritime officers with analytical, creative and contemporary thinking, strong social and leadership skills, who will work in national and international vessels/sectors as well as being able to conduct research, development and production activities on land if necessary.

-To develop an interdisciplinary educational and research background in order to educate academicians who will contribute to knowledge and technology production and transfer, create positive impact on the national and international maritime sector while working under the guidance of scientific, engineering and maritime ethics.

-To work for the advancement of knowledge and technology production in the maritime field by participating in national and international interdisciplinary research activities.

 

The Vision of Maritime Faculty is:

-To develop the strategies and methods in the advancement of maritime education; and to become an interdisciplinary and dynamic scientific center of excellence which can adopt itself in line with the changing conditions as a part of a premier research university.

 

Structure:

Maritime Faculty is composed of an English preparatory school and an undergraduate school (BSc-4 Years). The 30% of curriculum is in English.Within the undergraduate school there are three academic departments. Currently, the one of those departments is only offering service courses to the two other active departments. The departments are namely; Marine Engineering Department (Engine), Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering Department (Deck), Basic Sciences Department (offering service courses).      

 

Deck and Engine departments were established in 1988, by the transfer of the “Merchant Maritime College” from the administration of Turkish Naval Forces to ITU Administration.

 

Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering Department (Deck)

 

The mission of the department is to educate students as maritime officers able to work efficiently at operational and management level within the scope of National and STCW requirements.

 

Marine Engineering Department (Engine)

 

The mission of the department is to pioneer the Marine Engineering education in Turkey by maintaining a sustainable education program consisting not only of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals, but also of contemporary design, manufacturing and management techniques, and marine engineering professional practices complying with International Standards and National Legislations.

While establishing such a program, the students are to be armed with communication, decision?making and problem solving skills along with the available latest technologic developments.

Basic Sciences Department:

 

Offers service courses to other departments

 

Graduate Programs:

 

Within ITU-Institute of Science and Technology the Maritime Faculty is offering taught MSc Programmes (started in 1992) and research oriented PhD Programmes (started in 2003). By means of these post-graduate programmes, the faculty supervised several MSc theses and PhD dissertations, and started the education of maritime academicians in the country.

 

Dual Diploma Programs:

 Within ITU’s international joint academic degree programmes framework, the Faculty also has a joint undergraduate degree programme with the State University of New York’s (SUNY) Maritime Faculty. Within this programme the students follow courses in New York for one and a half years and the remaining education is concluded in Istanbul.

The dual diploma program with SUNY started in 2003 and graduates got their diploma in 2008.

 

Furthermore, Maritime Faculty also has international academic collaborations in its teaching and research activities. Most importantly, Maritime Faculty is one of the founding universities of the International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU) and therefore it has outstanding international reputation. The Simulator Laboratory/Centre of the Faculty provides visual education to the students and to the maritime sector in general by using several simulation models.

 

3.1  SIMULATORS CENTER

 

 

  1. Full Mission Ship Handling Simulator


Goals
Applied ship handling training through computer simulation to complement the theoretical background of the Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering students. Simulations are directed towards the improvement of ship handling operations through the use of various ship types navigating under simulated weather and sea conditions in different seaways of the world. The simulator also serves the maritime industry for officer training purposes.

The second ship bridge is mainly used as radar mock-up, but is equipped with a 60° visual display system. The simulator enables an accurate replication of handling characteristics of vessels ranging from VLCCs to small patrol craft. Night and day light operations can be simulated in a wide variety of geographic locations and other sea areas can be constructed to meet requirements. The instructor station allows the instructor to set up, design and modify exercise and to control and monitor exercises. The Full Mission ship's bridge has a wheel house equipped with highly sophisticated instruments representing a real ship's bridge.
 
Specifications
The main bridge represents the core of the ship handling simulator. The computer generated optical view system creates a shifting from bridge center to wing a visibility of 240° horizontally via 7 CRT Projectors.
1 Control Room,
1 7-projector 240º wheelhouse simulator (360º view)
1 single-projector 42.5º wheelhouse simulator (360º view)
1 briefing room
1 route and scenario development console
Training for 2 groups of 5 people during one session.
 

Information
The Full Mission ship's bridge has a wheel house equipped with highly sophisticated instruments representing a real ship's bridge.
 

 

 

 

  1. Arpa-Radar Simulator

 

Specifications
1 Control Room, 2 single-projector wheelhouse simulators ((360º view)
Training for 2 groups of 5 people during one session.

Information
The RADAR/ARPA Simulator includes 2 radar cubicles equipped with different navigational instruments.  This simulator is predominantly used as radar booths, but is each equipped with a visual display system.
 
Each of the RADAR/ARPA cubicles includes following components:
 

  • 2 consoles with ARPA-radar unit  
  • steering-stand console  
  • chart table with navigational set  
  • Visual Generator with LCD Projectors
     
  1. GMDSS Laboratory

Formun Üstü

 

Goals
Applied training on the full set of GMDSS sub-systems and communication techniques. This includes search and rescue operations, general communication procedures, emergency and safety communication procedures, etc… Also used in ROC (Restricted Operator’s Certificate) and GOC (General Operator’s Certificate) training for the maritime industry.

Specifications
1 CRS (Coastal Radio Station), LES (Land Earth Station), RCC (Rescue Coordination Center)
2 GMDSS operator consoles. Training for 2 groups consisting of 6 people during one session

 Information
The GMDSS simulator is used to train and examine seafarers and cadets to obtain Restricted Operator Certificate (ROC) and General Operator Certificate (GOC). It covers a variety training requirements including the initial training of navigators. The GMDSS Simulator in ITUMF includes 2 complete GMDSS consoles equipped with different GMDSS replica instruments.
The equipment of each console consists of the following components:

 

  • Radiotelephone VHF Simplex/duplex/55 Chs.
  • DSC Controller and receivers
  • Radiotelephone SSB MF and HF
  • DSC Controller and Receiver for MF and HF
  • Navtex
  • INMARSAT A-B-C
  • Radio telex (NBDP-TOR)
  • EPIRB and SART
  • Lat/long read out, Speed log and Gyro read-out
     

 

 

 

 

Formun Alt?

 

  1. Liquid Cargo Handling Simulator (Tanker)


Goals
Applied normal and emergency tanker operation (oil, LNG, chemical product) training in accordance with governing international rules. Includes operational planning, load planning, cleaning, aeration, pollution control, etc… This training is available both for students and to the industry as regulated by STCW-95 and STCW A-V1

Specifications
LCHS 2000/LCC Petroleum Tanker Simulator
LCHS 2000/LCH Chemical / Product Tanker Simulator
LCHS 2000/LNG Liquefied Natural Gas Tanker Simulator
Training for 6 people at one session.

 Information
This simulator is a PC based desktop system with 6 workstation and one instructor station.
·         The Liquid Cargo Handling Simulator include the following features:
·         The layout of the tanks, pipelines, valves and cargo handling machinery
·         The cargo handling control arrangement
·         The cargo monitoring system
·         Alarms and Logging system
·         Cargo handling facilities in normal and emergency modes Load Calculator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Computer Based Training Laboratory (CBT)


Goals
Improving simulator software code through cooperation with maritime software industry.
International or onboard maritime education through long-distance web learning. Improving maritime education and research through the efficient use of computer based technologies.
 
Specifications
1 server, 15 workstations, 2 projectors, 15 people capacity

Information
In CBT, it is possible to debrief and evaluate scenarios that held in ship handling simulator.
Two large screen projection system is available at the debriefing room. Since any exercise is recorded including exercise data and communication for debriefing purposes a recorded exercise can be retrieved from the database and replayed at this station.
 

  1. Vessel Traffic System Sim/Lab (VTS)


Goals
Applied training of VTS operators. Especially important due to the constricted passages of the Turkish straits system (The Straits of Istanbul and Canakkale, Solent Passing etc.)

Specifications
3 VTS stations working in coordination with the shiphandling simulator.
Training for 3 people during one session.

 Information
In system,own ships and instructor station can be linked to the VTS simulator for the training of VTS operators. For the simulation of external communication VHF Intercoms are integrated into the simulator system in between radar cubic and VTS trainee stations. The VTS Simulator exceeds the relevant recommendations as stated in IALA Model Courses V-103/1 and V-103.2.
The Maritime Faculty of Istanbul Technical University (ITUMF) was appointed as the training institute for newly employed VTS Operators by Turkish Competent Authority.
ITUMF has carried out the required training, using its own VTS and bridge simulators.  

 

 

  1. Engine Room Simulator

 

Goals  
The main goal of laboratory is to improve knowledge and skills of Marine Engineering Department’s students at managerial level using simulation technique. In advanced studies, it is expected to satisfy several viewpoints for students using various failure scenarios regarding with ship machinery systems. Risk management, human factor analysis, emergency planning, and human reactions under emergency conditions are the main research themes.

Specifications 
7 workstations
3 remote control units
1 main control room ( for instructor)
Training in 10 independent units
Other system components

Number of Researcher            
Lecturer (2), Technician (1)

Capacity of Laboratory           
It is suitable for carrying out research activities in 10 independent units at the same period.
 

 

3.2 CONTINUING  EDUCATION CENTER

 

As a leading Maritime Education and Training Center, ITUMF extends its training activities through the maritime industry.

Utilizing state of the art facilities and reputable MET experience of ITUMF, Continuing Education Center organizes training programs in compliance with STCW?95 and other international standards.

 

ITUMF?CECoffers following training programs:

Basic Safety

Maritime Safety

Medical and First Aid

Fire Fighting

Tanker Training

ISPS

Ship Handling / Bridge Procedures

Navigation and Radar

Radio Communication

Other Training Programs

 

Basic Safety Training

Survival at Sea

Elementary Fire Fighting

Elementary First Aid

Personal Safety and Social Responsibility

Survival Craft and Rescue Boat

 

Maritime Safety Training

Ro?Ro Passenger Ship Safety Course for Masters and Officers

Passenger Ship other than Ro?Ro Passenger Safety Course Certificate for Masters and Officers

Ro?Ro Passenger Ship Safety Course Certificate for Ratings

Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue Boat

 

Medical and First Aid

Medical First Aid

Elementary First Aid

Medical Care

 

Fire Fighting

Advanced Fire Fighting

Fire Fighting

 

Tanker Training

Specialized Training Programme on Chemical Tanker Operations

Specialized Training Programme on Oiltanker Operations

Crude Oil Washing (COW) Training

Oil Tanker Familiarization

Liquefied Gas Tanker Familiarization

Chemical Tanker Familiarization

Cargo and Ballast Handling

 

ISPS

Port Facility Security Officer Training

Company Security Officer Training

Ship Security Officer Training

 

Ship Handling/Bridge

Ship Handling

Bridge Team Management

 

Navigation and Radar

ARPA / RADAR

Radar Observation and Plotting

ECDIS Operator

 

Radio Communication

General Operator Certificate

Restricted Operator Certificate

Coast Station Operators Training

 

Other Training Programs

Engine Room Resource Management

Maritime English Training

SMCP

VTS Operator Training 

 

 

ITU MF ACADEMIC STAFF

 

 

MARINE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

 

DEPT.OF MARITIME TRANSPORT. ENGINEERING

 

BASIC SCIENCES DEPARTMENT

 

TOTAL

 

Prof.

3

3

Assoc.Prof.

1

1

Ass.Prof.

 

1

6

2

9

Lecturer (Dr.)

1

2

1

4

Lecturer

2

13

4

19

Research

Assistant

5

8

2

15

Total

10

32

9

51

 

 

 

Part Time Lecturer 26

 

 

 

 

 
Ships

M/V Akdeniz

M/V Akdeniz was built by A.G.Weser in Bremen and entered service for Turkish Maritime Lines in 1955. The twin screw, 144.31 meter ship is powered by two M.A.N. diesels with an output of 3620 horse power each, she can achieve 16 knot service speed currently which was 19 knots originally.

Her original capacity was amongst 82 in superb first class accommodation, 370 in tourist class, and 554 in dormitory/deck class. She served on the Istanbul- Izmir and Black Sea Express service. After 1960, She served the 25-day Istanbul to Barcelona route via Piraeus, Naples, Genoa and Marseilles, with occasional Calls to Beirut and Alexandria (until the Lebanese civil war).

In 1980s, She began Istanbul-based cruise service. And after a modification in 1989-90 her passenger capacity was decreased to 314 w here her ali cabinets having fully wc/bathroom and air-conditioned. She continued her cruise service until the date she was handed over to the ITU Maritime Faculty during an official ceremony on 2nd July 1997. And She has being served as a training vessel since then her cruise service until the date she was handed over to the ITU Maritime Faculty during an official ceremony on 2nd July 1997. And She has served as a training vessel since then.

Specifications:

Lenght: 144.31 m

Length BP: 132.00 m

Breadth: 18.60 m

Depth: 13.60 m

GRT: 8809

NRT: 4896 

Name:M/V AKDENÄ°Z

Owners: Istanbul Technical University Maritime Facility

Builders: A.G. Weser, Bremen

Registry: Istanbul, Turkey

Gross Tonnage: 7,864

Length: feet/144.31 meters

Beam: feet/18.6 meters

Draft: feet/6.17 meters

Passengers: 314 (1,560 as built)

Crew: 158

Service Speed: 16 knots

Propulsion: twin screws powered by M.A.N. diesels (7,240 bhp)

 

MTA Sismik-1  (+) 1 A5 Service Ship (+) M

 

Specifications:

Lenght: 56.69 m

Length BP: 52.00 m

Breadth Moulded: 880 m

Depth: 4.70 m

Engine Power: 1050 BHP

Summer Freeboard: 259 mm

Winter Freeboard: 341 mm

GRT: 667

NRT: 200

 

Hopa-1  (+) 1A3 L Service Boat (+) M

 

Length BP:  31.850 m

Breadth Moulded: 8.020 m

Depth Moulded: 3.460 m

Summer Freeboard: 543 mm

Engine Power: 2 x 300 BHP

DWT: 300

NRT: 90.31

GRT: 220

 

 

?TÜ Mart? Service Boat

 

Lenght:  15,46 m

Breadth:  4.50 m

Depth:  2.29 m

NRT: 24.46

GRT:  45.34 

 
Structure of Program

Major Programs

 

Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering Department

 

Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
MAT 103E Mathematics I 4 3 2 0 TB Z 1
FIZ 101E Physics I 3 3 0 0 TB Z 1
FIZ 101EL Physics I Lab. 1 0 0 2 TB Z 1
BIL 101E Int. to Comp. and Inf. Systems 1.5 1 0 1 TM Z 1
RES 103E Technical Drawing 3 2 0 2 TM Z 1
DFH 101E Maritime Chemistry 2.5 2 0 1 TB Z 1
GUV 101E Seamanship 1 2 2 0 0 MT Z 1
GUV 111E Introduction to Navigation 4 3 0 2 MT Z 1
DFH 191E Survival at Sea I 0 4 0 4 MT Z 1
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
MAT 104E Mathematics II 4 3 2 0 TB Z 2
FIZ 102E Physics II 3 3 0 0 TB Z 2
FIZ 102EL Physics II Lab. 1 0 0 2 TB Z 2
STA 102E Statics 2 2 0 0 TM Z 2
DFH 142E Maritime English 1.5 1 0 1 ITB Z 2
GUV 102E Seamanship II 1.5 1 0 1 MT Z 2
GUV 112E Terrestial Navigation 3.5 2 0 3 MT Z 2
GUV 122E Watchkeeping Standards I 2.5 2 0 1 MT Z 2
BIL 106E Intr to Sci&Eng Comp (Fortran) 3 2 0 2 TM Z 2
BED 102E Phisical Education 0 0 0 2 ITB Z 2
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
MAT 261E Linear Algebra 3 3 0 0 TB Z 3
DNK 201E Dynamics 3 3 0 0 TM Z 3
GUV 201E Elektronics 2 2 0 0 TM Z 3
GUV 261E Ekonomics 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 3
MAT 291E Statistics 2 2 0 0 TB Z 3
TUR 101 Turkish I 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 3
GUV 211E Celestial Navigation I 4 3 0 2 MT Z 3
GUV 231E Ship Construction 2 2 0 0 MT Z 3
GUV 241E Maritime English for Mar.Trans.Eng. I 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 3
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
MAT 201E Differential Equations 4 4 0 0 TB Z 4
GUV 361E Shipping Business I 2 2 0 0 MT Z 4
GUV 202E Marine Communication 3.5 3 0 1 MT Z 4
GUV 212E Celestial Navigation II 4 3 0 2 MT Z 4
TUR 102 Turkish II 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 4
GUV 222E Ship Maneuvering 1.5 1 0 1 MT Z 4
GUV 232E Electronical Navigation I 2 2 0 0 MT Z 4
GUV 242E Maritime English for Mar.Trans.Eng. II 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 4
DFH 291E Survival at Sea II 0 1 0 2 MT Z 4
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
GUV 301E Meteorology I 3 2 0 2 MT Z 5
GUV 311E Cargo Handling and Ship Stability I 3.5 3 0 1 MT Z 5
GUV 321E Watchkeeping Standards II 2.5 2 0 1 MT Z 5
GUV 331E Electronical Navigation II 2 2 0 0 MT Z 5
GUV 341E Maritime English for Mar.Trans.Eng. III 2 2 0 0 MT Z 5
GUV 351E Maritime Practical Studies 4 0 0 8 MT Z 5
GUV 371E Maritime Law I 3 3 0 0 ITB Z 5
DFH 292E Survival at Sea III 0 1 0 1 MT Z 5
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
GUV 391E LongTerm SeaTraining 15 0 0 0 MT Z 6
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
GUV 401E Marine Engines 2 2 0 0 MT Z 7
ATA 101 His. of Turkish Revolution I 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 7
GUV 411E Cargo Handling and Ship Stability II 3.5 3 0 1 MT Z 7
GUV 421E Transportation Systems 2 2 0 0 MT Z 7
GUV 461E Shipping Bussines II 2 2 0 0 MT Z 7
GUV 471E Maritime Law II 3 3 0 0 ITB Z 7
  7th Semester Elective Course (MT) 3       MT S 7
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
GUV 402E Maritime Meteorology II 2 2 0 0 MT Z 8
GUV 412E Ship Management 6 4 0 4 MT Z 8
GUV 422E Personnel Management 2 2 0 0 MT Z 8
GUV 442E Maritime English for Mar.Trans.Eng. IV 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 8
GUV 492E Graduation Project 3 0 0 6 MT Z 8
ATA 102 His. of Turkish Revolution II 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 8
  8th Semester Elective Course (MT) 3       MT S 8

 

 

Marine Engineering Department

 

 

Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
MAT 103E Mathematics I 4 3 2 0 TB Z 1
FIZ 101E Physics I 3 3 0 0 TB Z 1
FIZ 101EL Physics Lab. I 1 0 0 2 TB Z 1
BIL 101E Int.To Computers. and Inf. Systems 1.5 1 0 1 TM Z 1
DFH 101E Maritime Chemistry 2.5 2 0 1 TB Z 1
RES 103E Technical Drawing 3 2 0 2 TM Z 1
GMI 101E Introduction to Marine Engineering 2 2 0 0 TM Z 1
GMI 121E Mechanical Workshop 2.5 1 0 3 MT Z 1
DFH 191E Maritime Safety I 0 4 0 4 MT Z 1
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
MAT 104E Mathematics II 4 3 2 0 TB Z 2
FIZ 102E Physics II 3 3 0 0 TB Z 2
FIZ 102EL Physics II Lab. 1 0 0 2 TB Z 2
STA 102E Statics 2 2 0 0 TM Z 2
RES 102E Computer Aided Technical Drawing 2.5 1 0 3 MT Z 2
GMI 102E Introduction to Marine Engines 2 2 0 0 MT Z 2
DFH 142E Maritime English 1.5 1 0 1 ITB Z 2
GMI 122E Manufacturing Methods 3 2 0 2 MT Z 2
BIL 108E Intr. to Sci. & Eng.Computing 3 2 0 2 TM Z 2
BED 102E Physical Education 0 0 0 2 ITB Z 2
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
MAT 261E Linear Algebra 3 3 0 0 TB Z 3
DNK 201E Dynamics 3 3 0 0 TM Z 3
GMI 201E Marine Electrotecnics 3 3 0 0 MT Z 3
GMI 211E Thermodynamics I 2 2 0 0 TM Z 3
GMI 221E Naval Architecture and Stability 3 3 0 0 MT Z 3
GMI 231E Numerical Analysis of Engineering System 2 2 0 0 TM Z 3
GMI 241E Material Sciences 2 1 0 2 TM Z 3
TUR 101 Turkish I 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 3
GMI 271E Maritime English for Marine Eng. I 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 3
DFH 291E Maritime Safety II 0 1 0 2 MT Z 3
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
MAT 201E Differential Equations 4 4 0 0 TB Z 4
GMI 232E Marine Diesel Engines I 2.5 2 0 1 MT Z 4
GMI 222E Marine Electronics 2.5 2 0 1 MT Z 4
GMI 212E Thermodynamics II 2.5 2 0 1 TM Z 4
GMI 242E Strength of Material 2.5 2 0 1 TM Z 4
GMI 252E Auxiliary Machinery I 2.5 2 0 1 MT Z 4
TUR 102 Turkish II 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 4
GMI 301E Maritime Law 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 4
GMI 272E Maritime English for Marine Eng.II 1.5 1 0 1 ITB Z 4
DFH 292E Maritime Safety III 0 1 0 1 MT Z 4
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
GMI 331E Marine Diesel Engines II 2.5 2 0 1 MT Z 5
GMI 311E Marine Power Plants Operation I 2.5 2 0 1 MT Z 5
GMI 321E Machinery Elements 2 2 0 0 TM Z 5
GMI 341E Automatic Control Systems 2.5 2 0 1 TM Z 5
GMI 351E Heat Transfer 3 3 0 0 TM Z 5
GMI 361E Fluid Mechanics 2.5 2 0 1 TM Z 5
ATA 101 His. of Turkish Revolution I 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 5
GMI 381E Ers I 3 1 0 4 MT Z 5
GMI 371E Maritime English for Marine Eng.III 2 2 0 0 ITB Z 5
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
GMI 391E LongTerm SeaTraining 15 0 0 0 MT Z 6
 
Course Code Course Name Credits Course Practice Lab Type C/E Semester
GMI 401E Propeller and Shafting 3 3 0 0 MT Z 7
GMI 421E                

 

 
On-Board Trainig Scheme