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Overview

The department aims at preparing the students to occupy positions in the technical departments of automotive and marine industry and to give them a solid technological and scientific basis upon which they can advance toward higher qualifications. Students studying for major in Automotive Mechanics are educated both practically and theoretically in the technology of various types of power-driven vehicles. The students are acquainted with the operation, maintenance, and repair of all components of the various transportation vehicles. The students studying for major in Marine Engineering Technology are trained in such a manner that they acquire the skills to operate, maintain and repair various ship systems. The curriculum covers subjects ranging from marine engineering to naval architecture and ship construction. The study is complemented by extensive workshop, laboratory and field training in the marine field. Students are trained in such a manner that they can work on board ships as technical staff.

Majors

The department offers two areas of specialization:

  • Automotive Mechanics Technology
  • Marine Engineering Technology
Laboratories

The Marine and Automotive Technology Department is equipped with a series of laboratories and workshops for serving the study curriculum:

  • Marine Power Plant Simulator
  • Automotive Testing laboratory
  • Auxiliary Machinery Workshop
  • Automotive Simulators Laboratory
  • Naval Architecture Laboratory
  • Internal Combustion Laboratory
  • Diesel Laboratory
  • Automotive Electrical Laboratory
  • Gasoline Fuel System Laboratory
  • Automotive Workshops
Overview

The department aims at preparing the students to occupy positions in the technical departments of automotive and marine industry and to give them a solid technological and scientific basis upon which they can advance toward higher qualifications. Students studying for major in Automotive Mechanics are educated both practically and theoretically in the technology of various types of power-driven vehicles. The students are acquainted with the operation, maintenance, and repair of all components of the various transportation vehicles. The students studying for major in Marine Engineering Technology are trained in such a manner that they acquire the skills to operate, maintain and repair various ship systems. The curriculum covers subjects ranging from marine engineering to naval architecture and ship construction. The study is complemented by extensive workshop, laboratory and field training in the marine field. Students are trained in such a manner that they can work on board ships as technical staff.

Majors

The department offers two areas of specialization:

  • Automotive Mechanics Technology
  • Marine Engineering Technology
Laboratories

The Marine and Automotive Technology Department is equipped with a series of laboratories and workshops for serving the study curriculum:

  • Marine Power Plant Simulator
  • Automotive Testing laboratory
  • Auxiliary Machinery Workshop
  • Automotive Simulators Laboratory
  • Naval Architecture Laboratory
  • Internal Combustion Laboratory
  • Diesel Laboratory
  • Automotive Electrical Laboratory
  • Gasoline Fuel System Laboratory
  • Automotive Workshops
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