University of Strathclyde

PNU Korea-UK Global Graduate
Program in Offshore Engineering

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The Department has been over 100 years. The Department is building on Glasgow’s rich heritage of naval architecture and shipbuilding. That’s why it provides first class graduates and research for the maritime, oil & gas and offshore renewables industries across the world.

Courses

1) Offshore Floating Systems

  • Inspection & Survey
  • Offshore Engineering Practice
  • Risers & Mooring Lines
  • Dynamics of Floating Offshore Installations
  • Finite Element Analysis of Floating Structures
  • Maritime Safety & Risk
  • Design & Construction of Floating, Production, Storage & Offloading Vessels
  • Advanced Marine Structures / Theory & Practice of Marine Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Group Project
  • Individual Project

2) Ship and Offshore Structures

  • Risers & Mooring Lines
  • Dynamics of Floating Offshore Installations
  • Reliability-based Marine Structural Design Including Plated Structures
  • Finite Element Analysis of Floating Structures
  • Advanced Marine Structures
  • Computational Modelling of Problems in Structural Mechanics
  • Materials Engineering
  • Group Project
  • Individual Project

3) Subsea and Pipeline Engineering

  • Offshore Engineering Practice
  • Offshore Engineering Practice
  • Subsurface Technology
  • Marine Pipelines
  • Maritime Safety & Risk
  • Subsea Systems & Installation
  • Dynamics of Floating Offshore Installations
  • Marine Pipeline Integrity
  • Group Project
  • Individual Project

Requirements for Degree Award

  • 180 credits (80 credits for taught, 40 credits for Group Project, and 60 credits for Individual project)
  • Group / Individual Project Completion