Electrical Engineering and Radio Electronics Faculty
The Faculty was formed in 2003 on the basis of Electrical Engineering Faculty (founded in 1944) and the Faculty of Radioelectronics (founded in 1991).
This integration helped to concentrate powerful scientific, educational and technical resources within one structural unity, to increase the efficiency of cadets' training in the field of ships' electrical equipment, electronic devices and control systems, maritime radiocommunicational and navigational systems.
Training standards of specialists in "Electrical Systems and Complexes of Transport Means" take into account the growth of ships' power equipment, increase of the number of electrically-propelled ships, modern evolution level of electric automatics and computerized control technologies. Graduates of this speciality are wide profile ships specialists. They are able to operate effectively not only electrical equipment and automatic systems, but also a ship power plant.
The graduates get the "III class electrician" certificate and international certificate of officer in charge of an engineering watch according to the STCW Code Requirements.
Training standards of specialists in "Radioelectronic Devices, Systems and Complexes" meet the requirements of modern progress in radioelectronics, terrestrial and satellite communication and navigation systems, computer techniques. Cadets obtain thorough knowledge in modern digital communication technology, wireless land area networks (WLAN) and mobile communication.
The graduates get international Radioelectronic's certificate according to the STCW Code Requirements. The Faculty possesses modern simulator facilities, on which the cadets undergo their training.
The departments incorporated into the Faculty are the following: Higher Mathematics; Principles of Ship Electric Power Engineering; Ships' Electrical Machines and Automatically Controlled Drives; Ships' Electrical Equipment and Automation; Maritime Radio Communication; Fundamentals of Radio Engineering. The graduates majoring in their specific fields are employed on vessels as marine engineers, electrical engineers and radio engineers.
They also work at ship-repairing yards and for shipping companies, in on-shore radio centers, ports, scientific research institutes, telecommunication companies, designing organizations, higher educational establishments.
Speciality: "Electric Systems and Complexes of Transport Means"
Specialization: "Operation and Maintenance of Ship's Automated Systems";
Speciality: "Radioelectronic Appliances, Systems and Complexes"