After admission has been granted, a selection of the courses below will allow students to complete a graduate diploma. Completion of all subjects are required for an award. In most cases, completion of the studied subjects will give students the academic equivalency to apply for credit transfer into a doctoral degree program provided they have the correct subject balance based on degree requirements. The completion of a thesis – dissertation will be a requirement at the doctoral degree level. Details will be provided as well as instructions to write your research work.



Completion of all subject is required more can be taken as required, please select any ten subjects from the list below


ALTERNATIVE AWARD: A Higher Diploma can be awarded by collaborating universities usually these awards are regarded high level intellectual academic work and of great academic value as testimonial evidence of high level academic work at the doctoral degree level from practicing scientists in the execution of their research in an academic capacity usually undertaken by such scholars.


Selected Topics in Naval Architecture, or

Specified research area in any of the areas listed below to be selected by Student to be approved by Faculty Advisor:


Marine Environmental Management

The Organization and Issues of Shipping Industry

The Business of Shipping Industry

Trends and Issues in International Shipping

Assessment and Implementation of Naval Technology

Economic Management for Naval Technologists

Naval Technology in the Human Context

Project Management for Naval Technologists

Introduction to Quality Management in Naval Architecture

Special Topics in Technology Naval Architecture

Environmental Management System in Naval and Marine Sciences

Waterborne Transportation Systems

Computational Free-Surface Hydrodynamics

Maritime Safety and Risk

Modeling and Optimization in Design

Marine Engineering Simulation and Modeling

Energy Management Systems

Inspection and Survey

Marine Environment Protection and Safety


Research Methods

Research Methodology

Statistical Probability and Related Analysis


Quality Planning and Analysis

Data Mining


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January 28, 2017

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