Course of Study Naval Architecture (Study Cohort w21)

Sample course plan -  Bachelor Naval Architecture (SBBS)
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Semester 6FormHrs/wk
1
Basics of Electrical Engineering
Basics of Electrical EngineeringVL3
Basics of Electrical Engineering2
Fundamentals of Materials Science (part 2)
Fundamentals of Materials Science II VL2
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design (part 1)
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design IVL2
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design I2
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design (part 2)
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design IIVL2
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design II2
Stochastics and Ship Dynamics (part 1)
Statistics and Stochastic Processes in Naval Architecure and Ocean EngineeringVL2
Stochastics and Ship Dynamics (part 2)
Ship DynamicsVL2
Ship Dynamics1
2
3
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Design
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering DesignVL2
Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Design2
4
Mechanical Engineering: Design (part 1)
Embodiment Design and 3D-CADVL2
Mechanical Design Project IPBL3
Mechanical Engineering: Design (part 2)
Team Project Design MethodologyPBL2
Mechanical Design Project IIPBL3
Computational Fluid Dynamics I
Computational Fluid Dynamics IVL2
Computational Fluid Dynamics I2
5
Structural Design and Construction of Ships (part 2)
Ship Structural DesignVL2
Ship Structural Design2
6
7
Mathematics I
Linear Algebra IVL2
Linear Algebra I1
Linear Algebra I1
Analysis IVL2
Analysis I1
Analysis I1
Foundations of Management
Introduction to ManagementVL3
Management Tutorial2
Hydrostatics and Body Plan (part 2)
HydrostaticsVL2
Hydrostatics2
8
9
Technical Thermodynamics I
Technical Thermodynamics IVL2
Technical Thermodynamics I1
Technical Thermodynamics I1
10
Fundamentals of Ship Structural Design and Analysis
Fundamentals of Ship Structural AnalysisVL2
Fundamentals of Ship Structural DesignVL2
Fundamentals of Ship Structural Design1
Fundamentals of Ship Structural Analysis1
11
Fluid Dynamics
Fluid MechanicsVL3
Fluid Mechanics2
Ship Design
Ship DesignVL2
Ship Design2
12
13
Mathematics III
Analysis IIIVL2
Analysis III1
Analysis III1
Differential Equations 1 VL2
Differential Equations 1 1
Differential Equations 1 1
14
15
Mechanics I (Statics)
Mechanics I VL2
Mechanics I 2
Mechanics I 1
Mechanics II: Mechanics of Materials
Mechanics IIVL2
Mechanics II2
Mechanics II2
16
17
Mathematics IV
Complex FunctionsVL2
Complex Functions1
Complex Functions1
Differential Equations 2 VL2
Differential Equations 2 1
Differential Equations 2 1
Bachelor Thesis
18
Structural Design and Construction of Ships (part 1)
Welding TechnologyVL3
19
20
21
Fundamentals of Materials Science (part 1)
Fundamentals of Materials Science IVL2
Physical and Chemical Basics of Materials ScienceVL2
Mathematics II
Linear Algebra IIVL2
Linear Algebra II1
Linear Algebra II1
Analysis IIVL2
Analysis II1
Analysis II1
Mechanics III (Dynamics)
Mechanics III VL3
Mechanics III 2
Mechanics III 1
Marine Propulsion
Fundamentals of Reciprocating Engines and Turbomachinery - Part Reciprocating EnginesVL1
Fundamentals of Reciprocating Engines and Turbomachinery - Part Reciprocating Engines1
Fundamentals of Marine EngineeringVL2
Fundamentals of Marine Engineering1
22
23
Mechanics IV (Oscillations, Analytical Mechanics, Multibody Systems, Numerical Mechanics)
Mechanics IV VL3
Mechanics IV 2
Mechanics IV 1
24
25
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and Overview
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and OverviewVL3
Computer Science for Engineers - Introduction and Overview2
26
27
Hydrostatics and Body Plan (part 1)
Body PlanPS2
Resistance and Propulsion
Resistance and PropulsionVL2
Resistance and Propulsion2
28
29
30
31
32
Non-technical Courses for Bachelors (from catalogue) - 6LP

The choice of courses from the catalogue is flexible (depends on the semestral work load), provided the necessary number of required credits is reached.