The curricular programme of the Masters degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering consists of a common profile (60 ECTS), which is scheduled to be concluded in the first year. In the second year, with 60 ECTS including a dissertation, two alternative profiles of specialization can be developed:
• Ship Design and Shipbuilding
• Maritime Transportation and Ports

The second cycle of studies ensures a qualification level corresponding to Higher Education at University level: Masters level 5 A (ISCED).

The curricular programme of the 2nd cycle is the following:
1st Year
Common Profile
 
1st Semester 2nd Semester
 • Behaviour of Marine Structures
 • Ship Dynamics and Hydrodynamics 
 • Modelling the Marine Environment
 • Marine Systems and Machinery
 • Resistance and Propulsion  
 • Design of Marine Structures
 • Ship Dynamics and Manoeuvrability
 • Systems Reliability and Maintenance
 • Shipyard Technology
 • Maritime transportation and Ports I

2nd Year
Common Compulsory Courses
1st Semester 2nd Semester
 • Thesis
 • Ship Design I
 • Thesis
 • Ship Design II

Specialization Profiles
Ship Design and Ship Building
 
1st Semester 2nd Semester
Choose two courses from the following:
 • Fishing Vessels Ship Vibrations
 • Shipyard Organization and Management
 • Ships in Composite Materials
 • Risk Analysis
Choose two courses from the following:
 • Analysis of Marine Structures
 • Shipbuilding Technology

Maritime Transportation and Ports 
1st Semester 2nd Semester
Choose two courses from the following:
 • Modelling and Safety of Maritime Traffic
 • Maritime Transportation and Ports II
 • Risk Analysis
Choose two courses from the following:
 • Organization and Management of Ports
 • Analysis of Marine Structures
 • Shipbuilding Technology