The minimum requirements for admission in Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering (NAOE) programme are as follows:
Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering (NAOE) programme is conducted by the Department of Offshore Engineering under the Faculty of Engineering and Technology (FET). The programme is a 4 year full time regular undergraduate programme. The programme is divided into 8 semesters of six months each (2 semesters in each year). Total credit hours of this programme is 156 including 6 credit hours for thesis. Besides regular courses, workshops, seminars, guest lectures and certificate courses on contemporary issues are arranged frequently for the students. The programme also includes one industrial visit at the end of the 3rd year. The duration of each semester is 26 weeks. Each semester is distributed as follows:
|b.||Mid Term Examination||02 weeks|
|c.||Preparatory Leave||02 weeks|
|d.||Term Final Examination||03 weeks|
Naval Architecture deals with the design, planning, construction and repair of ships (merchant and naval ships), ferries, boats, submarines, yachts, high-speed crafts and other marine vessels. These include:
Offshore Engineering deals with the design, planning, construction and maintenance of offshore structures and installations such as – Drilling rigs, Semi submersibles, FPSOs, Subsea pipelines, Offshore wind farms, etc.
Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering Professionals have diverse job opportunities. They have access to both Government and Private sector jobs.
Some of the prime recruiters are –
In the above-mentioned setups, Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering Professionals may perform the following roles –