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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARINE ENGINEERING (BSMarE)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARINE ENGINEERING

 

 

 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This is a four-year course designed to produce graduates with appropriate knowledge and skills required to perform specialized tasks as a future marine engineer on board domestic or international merchant marine vessels. This program consists of a three-year shore-based education and one-year shipboard apprenticeship on board domestic or international merchant marine vessel with a capacity of not less than 500 gross tons.

After completion of the three-year academic requirement, a Transcript of Record and a Certificate of Completion of the Academic Requirements will be issued. A photocopy of this record will be submitted to CHED for Certification, Authentication and Verification (CAV). The CAV issued for this purpose will be the basis for the issuance of the seaman’s book. The student will be automatically enrolled for the Apprentice Shipboard Training. The issuance of Special Order (S.O.) will be after the completion of the one-year apprenticeship or shipboard training and upon submission of the following requirements:

  1. Certificate of Sea Service (PRC-MDO Form No. 5) bearing the seal of the vessel and the shipping agency duly signed by the Master of the vessel and the Port Captain/Personnel Manager of the Company and duly notarized. Submit four (4) photocopies including the original one.
  2. Two photocopies of the 1st two pages and port of entry of Seaman’s Book.
  3. Employment certificate from the shipping company duly signed and sealed.
  4. Apprentice Log Book
  5. Photocopy of Transcript of Records of the Associate Course (AME).
  6. One (1) 2 x 2 I.D. picture with shoulder board.

A new Transcript of Records and a Diploma in Bachelor in Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering (BSMarE) bearing the Special Order will then be issued for the purpose of PRC Board Examination.

NOTE: In the application and processing of the Special Order, CHED requires two-year validity for an enrolled one-year Apprentice Shipboard Training course. However, if a student submits the said training requirement beyond two years, re-enrolment of the same is required.

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