TRANSPORT (Faculty of Navigation)

The programme lasts for 3,5 years (7 semesters). The whole programme is delivered in Polish language.

Specialisations:

  • Maritime Transport Safety Engineering
  • Navigation Technologies and Systems
  • Unmanned Systems Technology
Students of the Maritime Transport Safety Engineering specialisation gain knowledge and skills in the field of the functioning of sea transport, with particular emphasis on ensuring its safety. They are able to supervise, control and manage safety and risk in sea transport systems. They have a good knowledge of quality systems and quality management in transport and the ability to prepare audits and manage transport enterprises operating under quality management systems.

They have knowledge of Polish and EU legal regulations concerning safety and risk management. They know the basics of building modern, sustainable and user-friendly means and infrastructure of transport. They are properly prepared to apply modern experimental and computational methods in the field of technical safety and ecology in transport. They are able to actively assess all threats to transport systems and design security measures, as well as their supervision and monitoring systems.

Graduates of this specialisation may work in institutions and companies dealing with the design, operation and organization of transport, state and local administration units in the field of planning and technical supervision of transport systems, research, technical and normative units in the field of expertise, consulting and creating regulations.

The aim of engineering studies with the specialisation of Navigation Technologies and Systems is to train a select group of specialists familiar with the functioning of modern navigation and transport systems able to maintain, repair and design them.

Students of this specialisation gain extensive technical knowledge and knowledge of modern technologies. They gain an excellent knowledge of computer systems, practically enabling the management of ship's IT networks and databases, as well as independent designing and working in a programming team. Graduates will have knowledge in the field of electronics and automation, allowing for the independent repair and assembly of equipment on ship and diagnosis and repair of modern navigation systems and integrated bridge.

Graduates of the specialisation find employment in companies dealing with the implementation, diagnostics, design, operation and organization of navigation and transport systems, primarily maritime, but also land-based.

Students of the Unmanned Systems Technology specialisation gain extensive technical knowledge and knowledge of modern technologies. The graduates have an excellent knowledge of computer systems, practically enabling management of modern unmanned systems operated in various environments, databases and independent designing and working in a programming team. They also have extensive knowledge in the field of electronics and automation, allowing them to perform independent diagnostics, repairs and assembly of equipment. They are also well-acquainted with the problems of modern data transmission used in unmanned systems. Graduates are able to design navigation support systems and are familiar with the way they function, as well as with the protocols of data transmission and exchange.

The graduates of this specialisation may work in companies dealing with the implementation, diagnostics, design, operation and organization of transport systems, in particular: unmanned water and land-based aircraft systems.