Marine Technology (MSc. 2 years) - Masters in Engineering - Marine Technology (MIMART)
setning engelsk krav (krysspublisert)
About Marine Technology
In the Norwegian Government's Ocean Strategy it says: "There is much we don’t know about the future. What we do know is that the ocean will be an important contributor to future prosperity and growth. The
OECD estimates that ocean-based industries could double their contribution to the global economy by 2030. At the same time the ocean is already under pressure as a result of climate change, overfishing
and pollution. Future growth in the ocean economy requires that we manage to harvest resources sustainably, and that we see the ocean holistically."
A master's degree in marine technology gives you fundamental and sought after competence that can be put to use in numerous exiting areas related to the ocean industry or other industries.
This programme of study suits you who likes natural science, are good at seeing connections and who want to apply natural science on practical issues.
You can choose one of the following main profiles:
- Marine Structural Engineering
- Marine Cybernetics
- Marine Hydrodynamics
- Marine Engineering
- Safety and Asset Management
- Marine Design and Logistics
- Marine Resources and Aquaculture
Study programme: Marine Technology
Language of instruction: Norwegian
Duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Programme code: MIMART
Application deadline: 15th April
The information is valid for the current academic year