CHE 101 / Chemistry for Mariners

Engineering basis chemistry knowledge in an oceanographic major elements in seawater, and the chemical composition of seawater. Minor elements in seawater and their importance in phytoplankton development. Origin and characterization of particulate matter in seawater, Redfield reports. Residence time of elements in the ocean. Chemical analysis in the marine environment: from sampling to the final results. Water masses in the ocean and changes in the chemical properties of marine waters on corrosion and prevention adaptation.

MET 101 / Maritime Meteorology

In accordance with rules according to STCW. For safe navigation and transportation, air events correctly observe, international communications and meteorological weather forecast ability to provide the board.

MPH 101 / Physics for Mariners I

The intention of this course is not only teaches to the fresh-person students theoretical topics that is given in “Objectives of the Course” part, but also the way of analytic opinion for solutions. On the other hand laboratory works give opportunity to the student to apply the theory.

Two-semester sequence in general physics is intended for pre-engineering studies, students who are planning to become a captain or mechanic. Topics include a survey of: vector methods, conservation laws, classical mechanics, gravitation, optics, sound, heat, electricity, magnetism and elementary quantum physics. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Prerequisite: Skill in algebraic manipulation. Offered annually.

MRE 101 / Introduction to Marine Engine I

At the end of the second semester will be held for two months in summer ship to ship machines to students as a preparation for an internship provide basic information about.

MTH 101 / Mathematics I

This course is designed to develop the topics of differential and integral calculus. Emphasis is placed on limits, continuity, derivatives and integrals of algebraic and transcendental functions of one variable. Upon completion, students should be able to select and use appropriate models and techniques for finding solutions to derivative-related problems with and without technology.

NAV 101 / Navigation I

In this course, sailors will learn the definition and history of navigation, the development of nautical instructions, the earth, its shape and rotation, the difference of latitudes and longitudes. They will also learn the usage, symbols and abbreviations, notice for mariners chart and corrections, definitions of distance and direction, nautical publications and specifications.

SAF 101 / Maritime Safety I

Survival techniques at sea. Location and usage of personal life saving appliances. Basic (elementary and medical) first aid. Personal safety and social responsibilities.

SEA 101 / Seamanship I

STCW-78 seamanship provide information required by the rules for oceangoing captains, oceangoing chief officers and officers.

MPH 102 / Physics for Mariners II

The intention of this course is teaching to the fresh-person students, theoretical topics that are given in “Objectives of the Course” part, but also the way of analytic opinion for solutions. On the other hand laboratory works give opportunity to the student to apply the theory.

Two-semester sequence in general physics is intended for pre-engineering studies, students who are planning to become a captain or mechanic. Topics include a survey of Static electric, electric field, capacitance and dielectrics. Resistivity circuit and currents in AC and DC circuits. Power, power theorem for all circuits. Mono and three phase power. Magnetic field, electric motors, transformers and generators. Light and optics. Electromechanical instruments. Three hours lecture, one hours lab per week. Prerequisite: Skill in algebraic manipulation. Offered annually. Safety of electricity, rule of ohm, rule of Krichoff’s current, electric engines and generators, electricity distribution and protective instruments.

MTH 102 / Mathematics II

This course is designed to develop the topics of series, parametric equations, vector and surfaces, vector valued functions, partial differentiation, multiple integrals and vector calculus. Upon completion, students should be able to select and use appropriate models and techniques for finding solutions to vector calculus, parametric equations and polar coordinates, multiple integrals problems with and without technology.

NAV 102 / Navigation II

Introduction to navigation; terrestrial-traverse-latitude. Examples of terrestrial navigation and usage of Mercator charts and Norrie’s Table in navigation. Definition of course and bearing (true-relative). Magnetic compass, parts of magnetic compass, definition of variation and deviation, finding the true/compass/magnetic courses. Preparing the deviation table and magnetic compass corrections. Introduction to gyro compass and exercises of finding of compasses. Nautical instruments and navigation aids. Line of position, types of ship’s position (DR, EP, AP, FIX, etc.). Coastal navigation, using the nautical publications and charts in coastal navigation. Lights and fog signals, A and B system of buoyancy, symbols of the buys.

PED 102 / Physical Education I

To produce programs that can be used in ship and narrow neighborhoods in order to improve the programs aimed at improving the body proficiency.  Physical activities to improve self-confidence to provide training in programs suitable for sea conditions.

SAF 102 / Maritime Safety II

SOLAS 1974 and amendments, rules and regulations of SOLAS.Conditions of fire,fire preventing,fire classes,different of firefighting, firefightingequipment, fixed and portable fireextinguishers, firemanoutfit, breathingapparatus, hoses and nozzles, international shore connection. Maintenance and control of firefightingequipment. Firefightingplans. Security-Related Familiarization, Security Awareness, Designated Security Duties.

SEA 102 / Seamanship II

Seafarers will ship captain in trade, according to the 1995 revision of the STCW-78 convention, to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to manage the crew.

WAT 102 / Standards Of Watchkeeping I

Seafarers will ship captain in trade, according to the 1995 revision of the STCW-78 convention, to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to manage the crew.

LAW 251 / Introduction to Maritime Law

To gain knowledge about law terms of Shipping, to be able to foresee any legal problems and gain knowledge how to avoid or minimize it.

MEL 201 / Introduction to Electronics

The basic goal of this course is to introduce the sum of electronic components as well as the characteristics of the components and the behavior in the circuit. Theoretical topics are given in “Objectives of the Course” part.

One-semester, Introduction to Electronics is intended to be offered for engineering studies; students who are planning to become a captain or mechanic. Topics include a survey of semiconductors, diodes, diodes in circuits, transistors, transistors in circuits, transistor amplifier. Filed effect transistor. Feedback amplifiers and oscillators. Power amplifiers. Multivibrators. Modulation. Antennas and Propagation of electromagnetic waves. Three hours lecture per week.

MEN 201 / Maritime English I

Students will gain skills of 1) Using IMO standard marine communication phrases 2) Ship to shore and shore to ship written communications 3) Prepare reports, write NOR and sea protests.

MTH 211 / Spherical Trigonometry

Plane and Spherical Trigonometry is a course for IT students. The course deals with the study of triangles particularly the relationship between the sides and angles and their measurements; the six trigonometric functions of an acute angle of a right triangle; the six trigonometric functions of any angle; the solutions of right and oblique triangles; the radian or circular measure of an angle; the fundamental identities; the inverse trigonometric functions; the graph of inverse trigonometric functions; exponential and logarithmic functions and spherical trigonometry.

NAV 213 / Navigation III 

The important procedures in coastal navigation. Voyage planning procedures in coastal navigation. Navigation procedures in traffic separation zones. For passage through straits. When navigating near coasts and in restricted visibility. Calculation of the effects of currents and wind. Navigational triangle for solution of current problems. Basic theory of the tides, spring tides and relevant definitions. Neap tides and relevant definitions. Tidal problems and solutions for main and secondary ports. Tidal streams and calculations. Great circle sailing and composite sailing. Navigation planning in ocean voyages. Usage of the nautical publications relevant with ocean voyages. Procedures for the search and rescue navigations. Navigation on higher latitudes and within ice limits. Procedures for keeping a log-book at sea, ocean and ports.

NRC 201 / Ship Construction

In this course, sailors will learn general arrangement plan, holds, engine-room, peak tanks, double-bottom tanks, hatchways, bulk heats, cargo tanks, deck plating, frames, brackets, transverse frames, deck beams, shell plating, and etc. minimum requirements for seafarers training tanker ships, basic knowledge for tankers, (ESY EK 20)

WAT 201 / Standards of Watchkeeping II

Seafarers will ship captain in trade, according to the 1995 revision of the STCW-78 convention, to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to manage the crew.

CMP 152 / Introduction to Computer

This course is designed to give students an understanding of how a computer works its capabilities, limitations, and applications. This course is intended as a first computer course and it is not assumed that the student has background knowledge on the subject.  The course will focus on theoretical issues during the first period, followed by application and hands on skills.

MMC 204 / Ports and Terminals

This course provides core concepts and tools relevant to specific subjects in area of maritime transport and port management, in order understand the ship/port operations, the harbors’ activity and shipyard industry particularities and detailed look at the role and functions of the seaports and the responsibilities of organizations, companies and agencies that support it.

NAV 214 / Navigation IV

This course forms part of the proposed Modular Framework under STCW for vocational and professional qualifications based on a degree programmed in Navigation Engineering. The course gives students an in-depth expertise of managing a naval vessel as a Deck Officer and ultimately as the captain of the vessel. In this context, course covers mainly the theory of celestial navigation, instruments and documents used, also having practice on these issues.

 

NAV 252 / Electronic Aids to Navigation I

Cyro compass and its operation principles , Sperry and Anschutz compasses , gravity control , oscillation and damping , follow up system and repeaters , the starting of gyro compass and its errors. Transmitting magnetic compass. Automatic pilot. Propagation of sound waves in water. Echosounder, Speed logs. Sonar.  Propagation of electromagnetic waves. Faximile .Navtex. Satellite Navigation. Direction Finder .Transit and GPS.Integrated navigation system. Voyage Data Recorder (VDR). Automatic Identification System. (AIS). Long Range Indıcatıon Transmits System. Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS). ElectronicChart Display Information System (ECDIS).Solas Regulation on board.

NRC 202 / Ship Stability I

Ship dimension, ship tonnages, force and moments, density and specific gravity, laws of flotations, transverse stability, righting lever GZ, Centre of gravity, stiff and tender ships, metacentric heights, avoid of navigated GM, the effect of free surface of liquids on stability, longitude stability, trim, trim calculations, grain cargo and its heeling moments, statically stability diagrams, Simpson’s methods, ship strength, statically and dynamical forces, stress. (ESY EK – 20)

SAF 214 / Maritime Safety III

To learn operation procedure of navigation equipment in accordance with STCW regulation on board. Lifesaving equipment. Abandoning in ship. Man overboard operations. Life at sea and hypothermia. Life in life boats and rafts. Search and rescue, SAR organizations safety equipment certificate. Survival at sea. Fast-Rescue boat, training on passenger ships. (ESY EK – 23)

SHA 202 / Shiphandling & Manoueuvring I

The effects of various deadweights, draughts, trim, speed and under-keel clearance on turning circles and stopping distance. Effect of wind and current on ship handling. Manoeuvring for rescue of a man overboard. Squat and shallow-water and similar effect. Propar procedures for anchoring and mooring, fore-aft pitching, shallow water effect.

SWM 202 / Swimming

In case of dangerous position, such as fire, go out of ship, the seafarers should leave the ship immediately therefore they have to know swimming. In this course the principles of swimming is learnt in a pool as application.

COM 301 / Maritime Communication I

This course forms part of the proposed Modular Framework for vocational and professional qualifications based on a degree programme in Navigation Engineering. The Programme gives students an in-depth expertise of managing a merchant vessel as a Deck Officer and ultimately as the captain of the vessel. The emphasis upon Classification, Instrument and procedures of Maritime Communications and use signaling methods to transmit and receive information.

In accordance with the International Procedures, concerning any merchant ships in port or navigation, under normal or emergency conditions.

CRG 301 / Cargo Handling and Operation I

Dry cargoes, inspections and preparations of holds, segregation and separation of cargo, securing of cargoes, ventilation and control of sweat, deck cargo, refrigerated cargo, container, cargo handling, cargo handling equipment, cargo handling safety, deep tank cargoes, dangerous, hazardous, and harmful cargoes, dangerous goods in packages, bulk cargo, bulk grain cargo, oil tanker piping and pumping arrangements, tanker arrangements, cargo piping tanks cleaning, slope tanks, clean ballast, dirty ballast, tanker safety, stowage and stability, calculations and cargo plan, draft, trim and stability.

EMR 301 / Emergency Procedures

Actions to protect crew and passengers on board in case of emergencies. Ship towage in case of emergencies. Search and rescue operation for ship and crew, and initial actions to limit (assessment) damage, and salvage of the ship in case of fire, explosion, collision or grounding. Response to marine pollution in accordance with MARPOL. Preparation of contingency plans to response emergencies. Maintenance of life saving, firefighting, other safety and security systems and equipment.

GMS 301 / GMDSS Simulator I

Distress, urgency, safety and routine communication exercises utilizing GMDSS simulator and actual radio equipment. Radiotelephony communication and SMCP exercises. SAR operations. Ship radio stationwatch keeping procedure exercises. International code of signal exercises.

LAW 351 / Maritime Law and International Marine Conventions I

This module will introduce you to the comprehensive legal framework of the international law of the sea. You will examine the various maritime jurisdictional zones recognized in international law, including principles relating to the territorial sea, archipelagic waters, international straits, contiguous zone, continental shelf, exclusive economic zone, high seas, and deep seabed. The module also considers the resolution of competing claims to maritime areas and resources, and focuses on concerns arising from human use of the oceans, such as maritime security and piracy, exploitation of offshore resources, fisheries management, the conservation of marine biodiversity, and marine pollution.  IMO structure and aims, SOLAS International Convention For the safety of life at sea, 1974, MARPOL 1973 ve MARCOL PROT 1997,  UNCLOS 1982, STCW 1978, CORLEG 1972, TONNAGE 1969, ILO Maritime Labour Convention 2006, FAL 1965 ‘’Convention On Facilitation Of International Maritime Traffic 1965.

MAN 301 / Maritime Management I

Seafarers will ship captain in trade, according to the 1995 revision of the STCW-78 convention, to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to manage the crew.

NAV 325 / Navigation V

This course forms part of the proposed Modular Framework under STCW for vocational and professional qualifications based on a degree programme in Navigation Engineering. The course gives students an in-depth expertise of managing a naval vessel as a Deck Officer and ultimately as the captain of the vessel. In this context, course covers all aspects of the celestial navigation and ultimately the celestial fix, also having an intensive practice on these issues.

NAV 353 / Electronic Aids to Navigation II

To learn working procedure of Radar and Arpa equipment’s ın accordıng wıth STCW regulation and slove the problem on the Radar Maneuvering board and practice.

SIM 301 / Simulator I

In this course, students will learn ARPA, ECDIS and BTM acquisition of targets, tracking capabilities and limitation, processing delays. Setting up and errors of interpretation in ARPA, ECDIS and BTM errors displayed data on ARPA, ECDIS and BTM system operational tests and how to obtain information from ARPA, ECDIS and BTM displays.

AIT 101 / Atatürk İlkeleri Ve İnkilâp Tarihi

İnkılabın tanımı ve Türk İnkılabı, Osmanlı Devleti’nin yıkılışı, Milli Mücadele Dönemi, Milli Mücadele Döneminde yapılan savaşlar, kongreler, devletlerle olan ilişkiler ve yapılan anlaşmalar.

LAW 451 / Maritime Law & Int.  Conv. II

Course will be delivered in Spring Term instructionally. The instructor will provide the students with assignments in order to assess their capacity to work collaboratively and involve in vast research works and this will be evaluated as Mid Term exam. And the Final exam will be a classic written exam as case understanding, handling and finding advisory solutions. SAR 1979, SALVAGE 1989, LC1972 ve LC PROT 1996, INTERVENTION 1969 ve INTERVENTION PROT 1973, CLC1969 ve CLC PROT 1992, FUND 1971 ve FUND PROT 2003, HNS 1996 ‘’The Carriage of Hazardous And Noxious Substances By sea, 1996’’, PAL 1974 ‘’Protocol To The Athens Convention’’ PAL PROT 2002, CSC 1972, LLMC PROT 1996, STP 1971 and SPACE STP 1973 ‘’Special Trade Passenger Ships Agreement 1971.’’

MEN 401 / Maritime English II 

Students will gain skills of 1) Using IMO standard marine communication phrases 2) Ship to shore and shore to ship written communications 3) Prepare reports, write NOR and sea protests

MMC 403 / Maritime Economics

Students will gain knowledge of

  1.  Development of maritime transportation and international trade after the Second World War
  2. Globalization and its effects on marine transportation
  3. Planning procedure of voyage and cost of voyage.

NAV 425 / Navigation VI

In this course, sailors will learn voyage planning by using relevant nautical publications and pilot charts according to distance, meteorological and oceanographic conditions.

NRC 411 / Ship Stability II

In this course, sailors will learn approximate calculation of areas and volumes. Effects of density. Calculation of surface effect. Stability of moderate and large angels of heel. Trim and list. Dynamic stability. Approximate GM by means of rolling period tests. Inclining tests. Recommendation on intact stability for passenger and cargo ships under 100 meters in length. Intact stability requirements for the carriage of grain. Rolling of ships. Dry docking and grounding. Shear force, bending moments, torsional stress. Damage control, flooding of compartments, effect of flooding on transverse stability, effect of flooding on trim. Draft survey.

OCE 401 / Meteorology & Oceanography

The aim of oceanography is an understanding of the oceanic circulation and the distribution of heat in the ocean, how the ocean interacts with the atmosphere, and what role the ocean plays in maintaining our climate. Further to have an idea on the ocean living and non-living resources, mans impact on the oceans and major treaty’s to protect the oceans against pollution.

SAF 421 / Maritime Safety IV

Refreshment of STCW basic trainings. Firefighting organization on board. Firefighting equipment maintenance. Protection from hazardous on ship. Medical Care. Entrance of Close sections.

SHA 401 / Shiphandling & Manoueuvring II

Maneuvering when approaching a pilot vessel or station with due regard to weather, tide head reach and stopping distance. Handling a ship in rivers, estuaries etc. having regard to the effects off current, wind and restricted water on response to the helm. Berthing and unbreathing under various conditions of wind and tide with or without tugs. Anchoring. Lightening at sea. Dry-docking. Management and handling of ships in heavy weather and the use of oil. Determining maneuvering and engine characteristics. Practical measures to be taken when navigating in ice. The use of and maneuvering in traffic separation schemes.

WAT 411 / Standards of Watchkeeping III

International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea. Maintain a safe navigational watch, watch keeping arrangements and procedures. Guidance regarding watch keeping in STCW Code. Routing, Blind Pilotage Techniques. Ships Reporting Systems.

COM 412 / Maritime Communication II

This course forms part of the proposed Modular Framework for vocational and professional qualifications based on a degree programmed in Navigation Engineering. The Programmed gives students an in-depth expertise of managing a merchant vessel as a Deck Officer and ultimately as the captain of the vessel. The emphasis upon Classification, Instrument and procedures of Maritime Communications and use signaling methods to transmit and receive information.

In accordance with the International Procedures, concerning any merchant ships in port or navigation, under normal or emergency conditions.

 

CRG 412 / Cargo Handling & Operation II

In this course, sailors will be introduced to dry cargoes, timber cargoes and other relevant things to cargoes, SOLAS 74 grain rules and definitions of the rules in the international guide and calculations related to cargoes.

FGP 499 / Graduation Project

A well-defined up-to-date problem based on theoretical and technological investigations has to be solved and the results have to be presented with visual tools.

GMS 402 / GMDSS Simulator II

Distress, urgency, safety and routine communication exercises utilizing GMDSS simulator and actualradio equipment. Radiotelephony communication and SMCP exercises. SAR operations. Ship radio stationwatch keeping procedure exercises. International code of signal exercises.

MAN 402 / Maritime Management II

Seafarers will ship captain in trade, according to the 1995 revision of the STCW-78 convention, to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to manage the crew.

MMC 402 / Brokering and Chartering

To gain skills and knowledge for chartering practice,

To able the students to give the right decision at the right time during the chartering negotiations.

MRE 412 / Introduction to Marine Engine II

At the end of the second semester will be held for two months in summer ship to ship machines to students as a preparation for an internship provide basic information about.

SIM 402 / Simulator II

In this course, sailors will learn ARPA, acquisition of targets, tracking capabilities and limitation, processing delays. Setting up and errors of interpretation in ARPA, errors displayed data on ARPA, system operational tests and how to obtain information from ARPA displays.