The Undergraduate Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, representing the first cycle of studies, provides a foundation in the basic sciences of engineering that are needed to progress to the specialized studies in the field of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. This first cycle of studies is mainly the preparation for the second cycle of the same scientific area.

The first cycle of studies ensures a qualification level that corresponds to University studies Graduate Degree Level 5 (ISCED).

The curricular programme of the 1st cycle is the following:
1st Cycle
1st Year
1st Semester 2nd Semester
• Linear Algebra
• Differential and Integral Calculus I
• Computation and Programming
• Drawing and Geometric Modelling I
• Chemistry
• Introduction to Naval Architecture
• Linear Algebra
• Differential and Integral Calculus II
• Science of Materials 
• Shipbuilding Technical Drawing
• Management
• Waves and Mechanics

2nd Year
1st Semester 2nd Semester
 • Electromagnetism and Optics
 • Computational Mathematics
 • Materials in Engineering
 • Thermodynamics
 • Applied Mechanics I
 • Complex Analysis and Differential Equations
 • Applied Mechanics II
 • Mechanics of Materials
 • Probability and Statistics 
 • Electric Systems and Electromechanics

3rd Year 
1st Semester 2nd Semester
 • Naval Architecture
 • Electronics and Instrumentation
 • Fluid Mechanics I
 • Mechanics of Solids
 • Vibrations and Noise
 • Control Systems
 • Hydrodynamics
 • Ship Hydrostatics
 • Operational Research
 • Computational Mechanics
 • Personal Portfolio