PROGRAMMAZIONE DIDATTICA COORTE A.A. 2022/2023
CORSO DI LAUREA in 10948 MARITIME SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (classe L-28)

SCHEDA INFORMATIVA

Sede amministrativa:  GE
Classe delle lauree in: 

Classe delle lauree in SCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE DELLA NAVIGAZIONE (classe L-28)

Durata:  3 anni
Indirizzo web:  https://courses.unige.it/10948
Dipartimento di riferimento:  DIPARTIMENTO DI INGEGNERIA NAVALE, ELETTRICA, ELETTRONICA E DELLE TELECOMUNICAZIONI

PIANO DI STUDI

1° anno (coorte 2022/2023)

DECK OFFICER - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
101122 OPTIMIZATION METHODS MAT/09 6 6 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The Course introduces to optimization models and methods for the solution of decision problems, with particular attention to models and problems arising in Maritime. In particular the focus will be on route planning, cargo loading and stowage, flow management.

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101120 ICT ING-INF/05 9 9 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The course aims at introducing the student in the field of modern electronic methods for the management of information, related communications and basic methods of calculation.The course follows two distinct strands; the first concerns the study of the architecture of computing systems, the representation of information within them, the organization and operation of networks and of the Internet;the second teaches on the fundamentals of programming.

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101123 SHIP STABILITY ING-IND/01 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The course provides knowledge about the buoyancy and the stability of ships, both in intact and damaged conditions, with appropriate reference to relevant IMO regulations. Specific attention will be given also to some operational aspects e.g. to cargo handling and stowage.

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101142 MARITIME TRANSPORT ECONOMICS SECS-P/06 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course provides the specificities of the sector and the contribution provided to the general economic theory, the knowledge of the distinctive characteristics of the different modes of maritime transport and the forms of integration and competition, the markets in which the companies operate and the economic policy guidelines that drive International trade and sea transport.

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101143 NAVIGATION FIS/06 9 9 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The course offers a throughout understanding of the procedures that are relevant for the maritime navigation: a theoretical part allows to focus on the physics, geodesy and astronomy items related to navigation, while an operational part will focus on the methods that are necessary to carry out a reliable voyage planning and a correct execution, taking into account the use of nautical charts and publications, ship's routeing and ship's reporting systems. The position fixing will be analysed both in terms of coastal and celestial navigation considering the support provided by proper Aids to Navigation and the use and control of traditional instruments such as the magnetic and gyro compass and the marine sextant. The IAMSAR procedures are also taken into account.

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101116 MATHEMATICS AND ALGEBRA 12

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  101117 - MATHEMATICS MAT/05 6 6 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The aim of this course is to provide a practical working tool for students where rigorous Calculus is needed. The main focus is on the study of functions of one real variable (continuity, derivative, maxima/minima, integration) and a brief introduction to multivariable calculus (oriented towards finding maxima/minima). The last part of the course is oriented towards basic ordinary differential equations (for example separation of variables, linear first-order, and constant coefficients ODE).

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  101118 - ALGEBRA MAT/03 6 6 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The course aims to provide basic technical notions and tools on complex numbers, linear algebra and analytical geometry.

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108854 PHYSICS FIS/01 9 9 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
Understand basic physical fundamentals and the key vocabulary to describe them: kinematics, dynamics, work and energy, rotations, equilibrium, elasticity, gravitation, fluids, electricity, oscillations, and waves. Develop skills in observation, interpretation, reasoning, synthesis, generalizing, predicting, and questioning as a way to learn new knowledge. Develop scientific problem-solving skills, including organization of given information, identification and application of pertinent principles, quantitative solutions, interpreting results, and evaluating the validity of results. Apply conceptual understanding of the physics to general real-world situations and recognize how and when physics methods and principles can help address problems in their future courses and then apply those methods and principles to solve new problems.

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1° anno (coorte 2022/2023)

ENGINEER OFFICER AND ELECTRO-TECHNICAL OFFICER - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
101122 OPTIMIZATION METHODS MAT/09 6 6 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The Course introduces to optimization models and methods for the solution of decision problems, with particular attention to models and problems arising in Maritime. In particular the focus will be on route planning, cargo loading and stowage, flow management.

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101120 ICT ING-INF/05 9 9 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The course aims at introducing the student in the field of modern electronic methods for the management of information, related communications and basic methods of calculation.The course follows two distinct strands; the first concerns the study of the architecture of computing systems, the representation of information within them, the organization and operation of networks and of the Internet;the second teaches on the fundamentals of programming.

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101123 SHIP STABILITY ING-IND/01 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The course provides knowledge about the buoyancy and the stability of ships, both in intact and damaged conditions, with appropriate reference to relevant IMO regulations. Specific attention will be given also to some operational aspects e.g. to cargo handling and stowage.

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101116 MATHEMATICS AND ALGEBRA 12

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  101117 - MATHEMATICS MAT/05 6 6 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The aim of this course is to provide a practical working tool for students where rigorous Calculus is needed. The main focus is on the study of functions of one real variable (continuity, derivative, maxima/minima, integration) and a brief introduction to multivariable calculus (oriented towards finding maxima/minima). The last part of the course is oriented towards basic ordinary differential equations (for example separation of variables, linear first-order, and constant coefficients ODE).

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  101118 - ALGEBRA MAT/03 6 6 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The course aims to provide basic technical notions and tools on complex numbers, linear algebra and analytical geometry.

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101121 CHEMISTRY CHIM/03 6 6 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica

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108854 PHYSICS FIS/01 9 9 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
Understand basic physical fundamentals and the key vocabulary to describe them: kinematics, dynamics, work and energy, rotations, equilibrium, elasticity, gravitation, fluids, electricity, oscillations, and waves. Develop skills in observation, interpretation, reasoning, synthesis, generalizing, predicting, and questioning as a way to learn new knowledge. Develop scientific problem-solving skills, including organization of given information, identification and application of pertinent principles, quantitative solutions, interpreting results, and evaluating the validity of results. Apply conceptual understanding of the physics to general real-world situations and recognize how and when physics methods and principles can help address problems in their future courses and then apply those methods and principles to solve new problems.

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108855 PHYSICS II FIS/01 9 9 CFU DI BASE Matematica, Fisica, Chimica, Informatica
The specific training objective is to provide the student with the ability to solve elementary but concrete problems. This implies that the student must know how to distinguish between fundamental concepts (electric and magnetic fields and forces, works, Gauss's laws, Ampere's, Faraday's, ...) and more specific issues (motion of charges in electromagnetic fields, cylindrical condensers, .. .) demanding a thorough understanding of fundamental concepts

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2° anno (coorte 2022/2023)

DECK OFFICER - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
101125 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW IUS/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Giuridiche
The aim of the course is to introduce students to the knowledge of the basic items concerning the vessels’ utilization, including their safety and security, and maritime carriages of goods, through an analysis of the relevant national, international and E.C. laws and rules.

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101128 SHIP STRUCTURES AND STRENGTH ING-IND/02 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The course aims at providing students with professional competences about fundamentals of shipbuilding and ship structures, showing typical methods and languages, i.e. structural plans and drawings, to describe the hull, its structural lay-out, its components and equipment. Various merchant ship types are presented, highlighting peculiarities of each. The course includes a description of ship structural design and analysis from a global view to construction details. The general scantling criteria of ship structures and components is also summarized with reference to rules and regulations of classification societies.

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101129 SHIP PROPULSION ING-IND/02 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The course will deal with the management and the operation of the propulsion plant. Plan and schedule operations: propulsive characteristics. Operation, performance assessment.

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101130 ENGLISH L-LIN/12 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The aim is for trainees to acquire English language competence towards B2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference. They will be able to enhance their communicative competence by developing their grammar, pronunciation, and lexis, together with their language skills of listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Trainees will develop their ability in using specialized Maritime English for Deck Officers, Marine Engineers and Electro-Technical Officers, with specific reference to the standard IMO Model Training Course 3.17. They will be able to demonstrate their acquired language competence in the final oral exam.

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101147 SHIP MANAGEMENT SECS-P/08 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Economiche ed Aziendali
The course, paving on a managerial approach, aims to analyse the operations and strategies of firms operating in maritime sectors. The course focuses on main theoretical concepts and perspectives related to transport demand and segmentation, transport capacity deployment and management, marketing, as well as competitive and growth strategies. Emphasis will be given to multinational corporations operating in the transport sectors, diversifying risk and their business portfolio.

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101148 OCEAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING ICAR/02 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The aim of the course is to introduce the fundamentals of atmosphere and ocean dynamics that characterize meteocean conditions and climate from synoptic scale to the regional scales. Knowledge will be provided about synoptic charts and weather forecasting, ocean current systems and tides, wave storms and their generations, availability of data.

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101149 SHIP MANOEUVRABILITY ING-IND/01 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The focus of the course is to raise physical and practical awareness of the vessel's dynamical response to all the main means of control and propulsion which could be installed on board (active or passive devices) under any condition with respect to the vessel type. Many operative scenarios will be vectorially analyzed with a practical mathematical and physical approach; amongst those: straight course stability, calm and heavy water manoeuvrability, approaching harbours, restricted waters and canals navigation, embarking/disembarking pilots, berthing and unberthing, drydocking, anchoring and emergency operations management.

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101146 TELECOMMUNICATION ING-INF/03 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The course aims at introducing the basics of telecommunications, from signals (sampling, modulation, frequency analysis) to computer networks (transmission media and network protocols). At the end of the course, emphasis will be given to some of the main telecommunication systems usually present onboard by analysing the technology behind RADAR, SONAR and GPS.

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108850 ELECTRONIC CARTOGRAPHY AND NAVIGATION ICAR/06 12 12 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The aim of the course is to provide knowledge and skills for the use of both the main electronic navigation systems for positioning and navigation, with particular attention to GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System), and electronic nautical charts (ENC), ECDIS (Electronic Chart Systems for Nautical Navigation) and GIS (Geographic Information Systems). The course also aims to provide statistical tools for assessing the accuracy and precision of measurements.

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2° anno (coorte 2022/2023)

ENGINEER OFFICER AND ELECTRO-TECHNICAL OFFICER - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
101125 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW IUS/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Giuridiche
The aim of the course is to introduce students to the knowledge of the basic items concerning the vessels’ utilization, including their safety and security, and maritime carriages of goods, through an analysis of the relevant national, international and E.C. laws and rules.

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101128 SHIP STRUCTURES AND STRENGTH ING-IND/02 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The course aims at providing students with professional competences about fundamentals of shipbuilding and ship structures, showing typical methods and languages, i.e. structural plans and drawings, to describe the hull, its structural lay-out, its components and equipment. Various merchant ship types are presented, highlighting peculiarities of each. The course includes a description of ship structural design and analysis from a global view to construction details. The general scantling criteria of ship structures and components is also summarized with reference to rules and regulations of classification societies.

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101129 SHIP PROPULSION ING-IND/02 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
The course will deal with the management and the operation of the propulsion plant. Plan and schedule operations: propulsive characteristics. Operation, performance assessment.

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101127 MACHINERY ING-IND/08 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The module provides the students with the fundamental skills to interpret the processes, as well as the technologies, related to fluid machines, thermal machines and energy conversion systems. This allows the student to master the basic principles of thermodynamics and fluid dynamics when applied to the design and the analysis of energy conversion equipment, as well as to address the functional behavior of fluid machines.

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101133 ELECTROTECNICS ING-IND/31 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course gives the essential elements for understanding of analysis and exploitation of the electromagnetic phenomena. In the first part of the course the instruments for static and quasi-static analysis by circuit methods are introduced. In the second part of the course the principal application aspects of exploitation of power electromagnetic phenomena are introduced: electrical motors, power electronics and power electrical systems.

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101126 AUTOMATION AND CONTROL FOR ELECTRIC MARINE APPLICATIONS ING-IND/33 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
Automation and control are essential functions for the ship correct and efficient management. The course presents the fundamental concepts of automatic control enabling the student to deduce mathematical models and to synthetize controllers by a practical approach for the dynamic systems of plants, processes and time-varying behaviors in electric, thermal and mechanical marine applications.

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101131 SHIPBOARD POWER SYSTEMS ING-IND/33 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The teaching of shipboard electrical systems aims to consolidate the skills of the maritime students in an application context of the knowledge of electrical engineering. Training proposals are proposed on the knowledge of the principal components and main characteristics associate to electrical machines. The correct definition and basic sizing and operation of power system distributions and protection devices.

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101130 ENGLISH L-LIN/12 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The aim is for trainees to acquire English language competence towards B2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference. They will be able to enhance their communicative competence by developing their grammar, pronunciation, and lexis, together with their language skills of listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Trainees will develop their ability in using specialized Maritime English for Deck Officers, Marine Engineers and Electro-Technical Officers, with specific reference to the standard IMO Model Training Course 3.17. They will be able to demonstrate their acquired language competence in the final oral exam.

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6 CFU da acquisirsi dal 2° al 3° anno
101141 ACCOUNTING AND CONTROL IN SHIPPING COMPANIES SECS-P/07 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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101140 ELECTRIC MACHINES AND MAINTENANCE ING-IND/32 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Provide elements on the electrical equipment construction for low and high voltage applications. Provide the elements for diagnostics and maintenance of electromechanical components.

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101258 FIRST AID AND MEDICAL CARE MED/09 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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101138 MARITIME AND NAVAL HISTORY LABORATORY (NAVLAB) M-STO/02 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course aims to analyze the general features and historiographical interpretations of maritime and naval history in the modern age.

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3° anno (coorte 2022/2023)

DECK OFFICER - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
101135 LEADERSHIP&TEAMWORKING SECS-P/10 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Economiche ed Aziendali
Ability to apply task and workload management. Shipboard personnel management. International conventions. Decision making techniques.

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101137 FINAL EXAM 3 3 CFU PROVA FINALE Per la Prova Finale
Project work on a particular topic based on the internship carried out supervised by a tutor.

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101141 ACCOUNTING AND CONTROL IN SHIPPING COMPANIES SECS-P/07 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative

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101136 TRAINING ON BOARD 30 30 CFU PER STAGE E TIROCINI Per Stages e Tirocini Presso Imprese, Enti Pubblici o Privati, Ordini Professionali
The curricular internship has the objective of including the student in a specific working reality of enbarquement or in industry in maritime sector.

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12 CFU tra i seguenti insegnamenti:
101121 CHEMISTRY CHIM/03 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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101258 FIRST AID AND MEDICAL CARE MED/09 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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101138 MARITIME AND NAVAL HISTORY LABORATORY (NAVLAB) M-STO/02 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course aims to analyze the general features and historiographical interpretations of maritime and naval history in the modern age.

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109380 MARITIME TRANSPORT SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS ICAR/05 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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3° anno (coorte 2022/2023)

ENGINEER OFFICER AND ELECTRO-TECHNICAL OFFICER - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
101134 SHIP PLANTS AND SYSTEM SAFETY ING-IND/02 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Ingegneristiche
Design principles of ship propulsion plants, ship auxiliary plants and ship safety plants. Manage fuel, lubrication and ballast operations. Pumps and piping operation and maintenance. Manage safe and effective maintenance. Planning maintenance. Safety procedures. Life saving appliances. Fire fighting. Fire detection. Fire prevention

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101132 SHIPBOARD POWER SYSTEM CONTROL ING-IND/33 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The aim of the course is to introduce students to the basic problems related to the operation of the electric propulsion on ships, to guide in understanding the technologies and electrical problems due to the complexity of the ship. The correct sizing and energy balance of the power system and basic configuration in compliance with the current normative and standards.

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101135 LEADERSHIP&TEAMWORKING SECS-P/10 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Discipline Economiche ed Aziendali
Ability to apply task and workload management. Shipboard personnel management. International conventions. Decision making techniques.

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101137 FINAL EXAM 3 3 CFU PROVA FINALE Per la Prova Finale
Project work on a particular topic based on the internship carried out supervised by a tutor.

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101136 TRAINING ON BOARD 30 30 CFU PER STAGE E TIROCINI Per Stages e Tirocini Presso Imprese, Enti Pubblici o Privati, Ordini Professionali
The curricular internship has the objective of including the student in a specific working reality of enbarquement or in industry in maritime sector.

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6 CFU da acquisirsi dal 2° al 3° anno
101141 ACCOUNTING AND CONTROL IN SHIPPING COMPANIES SECS-P/07 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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101140 ELECTRIC MACHINES AND MAINTENANCE ING-IND/32 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Provide elements on the electrical equipment construction for low and high voltage applications. Provide the elements for diagnostics and maintenance of electromechanical components.

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101258 FIRST AID AND MEDICAL CARE MED/09 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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101138 MARITIME AND NAVAL HISTORY LABORATORY (NAVLAB) M-STO/02 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course aims to analyze the general features and historiographical interpretations of maritime and naval history in the modern age.

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