Läroplaner för studerande med studiestart hösten 2018

Master of Engineering, Autonomous Maritime Operations (60 SP)

Examen: Högre yrkeshögskoleexamen i sjöfart
Examensbenämning: Ingenjör (högre YH)
Beräknad studietid: 2 år
Studieform: FlerformsstudierFlerformsstudier
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Advanced professional studies

SP
AMO18MI5    5 SP
The student:
- has the necessary skills for distance studies and e-learning
- develops an understanding about academic writing
- knows a variety of research methods
- understands maritime operations, and how Autonomous vessels and the fourth revolution of shipping will affect maritime operations including new business models in shipping.
- can recognize maritime legislation and legal perspectives for autonomous vessels.
AMO18MI01

Studying in the Master's Program



The aim of the introduction is the ensure that the student is able to successfully work with the studies.

The student:
- is able to use the e-learning platform
- is aware of the characteristics of distance studies
- knows how to submit materials
- knows the principles of academic writing and referencing
- is familiar with different tools for communicating lecturers
1    1 SP
AMO18MI02

Research and Research Methods



The aim of the course is to give the student the tools for choosing a suitable method for the master's thesis.


The student:
- has a deeper understanding about what research is, how it can be done and what it is used for
- knows the importance of formulating research problems
- knows how to write a research plan
- is familiar with different research methods, emphasizing methods suitable for the industry
1,5    1,5 SP
AMO18MI03

Introduction to Marine Operations



The student:

- understands maritime operations, and how Autonomous vessels and the fourth revolution of shipping will affect maritime operations including new business models in shipping.
- can recognize maritime legislation and legal perspectives for autonomous vessels.
2,5    2,5 SP
AMO18AV5    5 SP
The Student:

- has an overall picture about automation and control, what is automated today and what developments are likely or possible in the future.
- can recognize what technology and different solutions is needed for autonomous vessels.
- can recognize what new risks the autonomous vessels will face and how they can be mitigated.
AMO18AV01

Autonomous vessels – automation



The Student:

- has an overall picture about automation and control, what is automated today and what developments are likely or possible in the future.
- can recognize what technology and different solutions is needed for autonomous vessels.
- can recognize what new risks the autonomous vessels will face and how they can be mitigated.
5    5 SP
AMO18AI5    5 SP
The Student

- has an basic understanding of AI and the history of AI.
- has knowledge of where AI is used and its development today.
- has an basic understanding of different machine learning algorithms and their future possibilities
- can recognize different inputs used in AI and machine learning
- recognises the possibilities to get information and data from different systems and how Human - Machine Interaction is adapted in autonomous vessels
AMO18AI01

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Human - Machine Interaction



The Student

- has an basic understanding of AI and the history of AI.
- has knowledge of where AI is used and its development today.
- has an basic understanding of different machine learning algorithms and their future possibilities
- can recognize different inputs used in AI and machine learning
- recognises the possibilities to get information and data from different systems and how Human - Machine Interaction is adapted in autonomous vessels
5    5 SP
AMO18CS5    5 SP
The student
- understand risk management and information security.
- understands current main threats to cyber security and connectivity in shipping and autonomous vessels.
- has gained capabilities to mitigate risks in information security and cyber security.
- understands possibilities and limitations of connectivity for autonomus vessels.
AMO18CS01

Cyber security and Connectivity



The student
- understand risk management and information security.
- understands current main threats to cyber security and connectivity in shipping and autonomous vessels.
- has gained capabilities to mitigate risks in information security and cyber security.
- understands possibilities and limitations of connectivity for autonomus vessels.
5    5 SP
AMO18RO 5   5 SP
The student
- is able to recognize different Human Factors involved in Remote operations
- is familiar with existing surveillance and fleet management operation centres
- knows how to perform and communicate during Remote monitoring and operations
- understands the existing technology used in remote operations
AMO18RO01

Remote Operations



The student
- is able to recognize different Human Factors involved in Remote operations
- is familiar with existing surveillance and fleet management operation centres
- knows how to perform and communicate during Remote monitoring and operations
- understands the existing technology used in remote operations
 5   5 SP
AMO18CQ 5   5 SP
The student

- is familiar with classification processes and requirements developed by national and international maritime authorities of autonomous vessels.
- has an overall picture of safety and security on autonomous vessels including risk assessment. processes and risk handling.
- understands the role & responsibilities of ship masters / operators and ship owners.

AMO18CQ01

Classification, qualification and safety perspectives



The student

- is familiar with classification processes and requirements developed by national and international maritime authorities of autonomous vessels.
- has an overall picture of safety and security on autonomous vessels including risk assessment. processes and risk handling.
- understands the role & responsibilities of ship masters / operators and ship owners.
 5   5 SP

Master's Degree Thesis

SP
AMO18MT1020   30 SP
The master's thesis is a demanding development project or research work combining theory, practise and creating new knowledge. The topic and aim of the thesis are based on the needs and demands of the industry.

The Student
* is able to combine theoretical framework and practice with the contextual needs in a development or research project
* is able to network and communicate professionally with relevant organisations and industry representatives
* is able to critically evaluate sources and methods, select the suitable ones and use them systematically and ethically
* is able to document, report and give a presentation of the project or research status and the final results

1020   30 SP
AMO18MT01

Master's Thesis - Part 1



Master´s Thesis 1

The student
- can plan and develop a suitable objective and research project
- can choose a suitable method for the project
- has written a description of the research problem following principles in academic writing
- can present the thesis project
- is able to revise the project after receiving feedback.
10    10 SP
AMO18MT02

Master's Thesis - Part 2



Master`s Thesis 2
At the second stage the process continues by gathering information and combining the theoretical framework and empirical work. A meaningful development project is based on the requirements of working life commissions.

The student
- is able to critically evaluate the used sources and methods
- can select applicable sources and uses them systematically
- is able to use the methods chosen for the project
- is able to self-evaluate and discuss work(s) in progress
- can present and discuss work(s) in progress.
 10   10 SP
AMO18MT03

Master's Thesis - Part 3



The student:
- masters the methods and practices used in the maritime industry and is able to complete a thesis
- is able to document the final results and report the project according to good ethical principles
- is capable to give a presentation as well as to publish the thesis
 10   10 SP

1020    SP
ELEC

Elective Studies

SP


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