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1 Marine Technology Education Consortium Degree Programme Handbook MTEC Handbook - update Sept

2 Preface Welcome to the Marine Technology Education Consortium (MTEC) programme. This handbook is intended to be the main source of information about the training programme. It includes a wide range of information including details of the programme structure, modules, student assessment and support. The MTEC consortium includes four UK universities Newcastle, Strathclyde, Southampton and University College London (UCL) - in this collaborative educational programme. All the universities are well known for their high standards of education and research in the field of marine technology. We look forward to working with you during your time on the programme and wish you all the best in your studies. Professor Philip Wilson MTEC Programme Director MTEC Handbook - update Sept

3 List of contents A A.1 A.2 A.3 B B.1 B.2 B.3 B.4 B.5 B.6 B.7 B.8 C C.1 C.2 C.3 C.4 C.5 C.6 D D.1 D.2 D.3 D.4 D.5 Introduction About the handbook Contacting the MTEC administration office Programme staff Programme Overview Aims Programme structure Professional accreditation Learning outcomes Teaching methods Assessment strategies Module selection Module outlines Student Assessment and Progress Attendance Student progress Module rate Assessment and progress general expectations and requirements Plagiarism Programme Regulations* *(the Programme Regulations is a separate document that must be read by all MTEC students, in conjunction with the MTEC Programme Handbook) Student Support Introduction Distance learning guidelines Residential school guidelines Work based learning Support system MTEC Handbook - update Sept

4 E E.1 E.2 F F.1 F.2 F.3 F.4 G G.1 G.2 G.3 G.4 G.5 H H.1 H.2 H.3 H.4 H.5 Delivery of Distance Learning Material and IT Systems Blackboard system Reading lists Student/Industrial Feedback and Participation Introduction Module evaluation Programme evaluation Board of Studies General Information Equal opportunities Health and safety Student welfare Use of facilities Data Protection Act University Information University of Newcastle University of Southampton University of Strathclyde University College London General I I.1 I.2 J J.1 Programme Management/Quality Assurance Programme management Quality assurance Project Project Handbook *(the Project Handbook is a separate document that must be read by all MTEC student, in conjunction with the MTEC Prorgamme Regulations) MTEC Handbook - update Sept

5 Appendices List of module leaders and deputies Technology stream requirements Module outline forms Getting started with Blackboard Module Online Reading List Guide Extenuating circumstances form MTEC Handbook - update Sept

6 A Introduction A.1 About the Handbook The purpose of this handbook is to give you information about the universities, the departments and the programme you are enrolled on. It will serve as your main reference source for all aspects of the course, and as such, it is essential that you read it carefully and keep it for future reference. The handbook was designed to give you a general overview of the programme and more detailed information about the modules and the project. The handbook will introduce you to the various members of staff involved in the MTEC programme, at all the universities. The staff members will provide students with the necessary level of support, particularly for distance learning material and more information about this is given in the handbook. The handbook also briefly describes the structure of the consortium and the different committees within it. There is also a general section on the universities involved. If there is anything not included, please contact us for the information you need and let us know if you think it should be included in the next edition of the handbook. A.2 Contacting the MTEC Administration Office Postal address MTEC Administration Office School of Marine Science & Technology Ridley Building 2 Room 4.67 Newcastle University Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU UK Telephone Number +44 (0) Fax Number +44 (0) Website MTEC Handbook - update Sept

7 A.3 Programme Staff The current Programme Director is based in Southampton. The Programme Administrator is based at Newcastle, which is the co-ordinating institution for the programme. Each university has a Director of Study who is the key contact for that university. Their contact details are given below. A contact list for all module leaders is also included in this section. Programme Director Professor Philip Wilson Ship Science University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: TCE1 - Marine Renewable Energy: Sources and Recovery Director of Study Newcastle Dr Peter Wright School of Marine Science and Technology Armstrong Building Newcastle University NE1 7RU T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C2 - Optimisation in Engineering Design MTEC Handbook - update Sept

8 Director of Study Strathclyde Dr Evangelos Boulougouris Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering University of Strathclyde Henry Dyer Building 100 Montrose Street Glasgow G4 0LZ Tel.: Module Leader for: B3 - Risk, Reliability and Safety Director of Study University College London Ms Ema Muk-Pavic University College London Torrington Place London WC1E 7JE T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: A2 - Marine Engineering C17 - Warship Concept Design MTEC Handbook - update Sept

9 Director of Study Southampton Dr Mingyi Tan Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: A1 - Naval Architecture Programme Administrator Miss Amanda Benson School of Marine Science and Technology Ridley Building 2 Room 4.67 Newcastle University T. +44 (0) MTEC Handbook - update Sept

10 Module Leaders and Deputies A table giving details of the module leaders and their deputies is included as Appendix 1. Contact details for the leaders and deputies of the remaining modules are listed below: Dr Jorge Antunes T Module Deputy for: C5 - Advanced Marine Engineering Design Professor Nigel Barltrop University of Strathclyde T. +44 (0) Joint Module Leader for: B4 - Structural and Material Response to the Marine Environment Module Deputy for: C3 - Advanced Structural Design and Analysis Dr James Blake University of Southampton Module Deputy for: C13 - Lightweight Structural Design Professor George Bruce Newcastle University T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: B2 - Marine Project Management RR4 - Excellence through Project Management Professor Ian Arbon Newcastle University T. +44 (0) Modules Leader for: TCE2 - Renewable Energy: Policy, Politics and Ethics Professor Richard Birmingham University of Strathclyde T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: B3 Risk, Reliability and Safety Dr Steve Boyd University of Southampton T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C13 - Lightweight Structural Design Dr Richard Bucknall University College London T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C7 - Marine Electrical and Electronic Systems C8 Marine Powering, Transmission and Propulsion MTEC Handbook - update Sept

11 Professor Grant Hearn University of Southampton T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C14 - Recreational and High Speed Craft Mr Nabile Hifi University of Strathclyde T. +44 (0) Module Deputy for: B3 - Risk, Reliability and Safety Dr Trevor Hodgkiess University of Glasgow T. +44 (0) Joint Module Leader for: B4 - Structural and Material Response to the Marine Environment Dr Dominic Hudson University of Southampton T. +44 (0) Module Deputy for: C14 - Recreational and High Speed Craft Prof Chengi Kuo University of Strathclyde T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C12 - De-commissioning Reuse of Offshore Structures Mr Duncan McLean Newcastle University Joint Module Leader for: C16 - Surveying Ships and Offshore Installations C1-Regulatory Framework for Marine Industry Prof Shan Huang University of Stathclyde T. +44 (0) Module Deputy for: C10 - Design of Fixed and Floating Offshore Prof Atilla Incecik University of Stathclyde T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C9 Drilling and Production Processes C10 - Design of Fixed and Floating Offshore Systems Dr Byung Suk Lee University of Strathclyde Module Leader for: B1 - Maritime Economics Dr R Mikalsen Newcastle University Module Deputy for: C6 - Marine Systems Identification Modeling and Control MTEC Handbook - update Sept

12 Prof A Molland University of Southampton Module Deputy for: A1 - Naval Architecture Dr Erkan Oterkus University of Strathclyde T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C3 - Advanced Structural Design and Analysis Mr Gerry Smith Newcastle University Joint Module Leader for: C16 - Surveying Ships and Offshore Installations C1 - Regulatory Framework for Marine Industry Prof S Turnock University of Southampton T. +44 (0) Module Deputy for: TCE1 - Marine Renewable Energy: Sources and Recovery Dr Alan Murphy Newcastle University T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: RR1 - Holistic Gas Turbines Professor Tony Roskilly Newcastle University T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C6 - Marine Systems Identification, Modeling and Control Dr Narakorn Srinil University of Strathclyde T. +44 (0) Module Leader for: C11 Pipelines, Moorings, Umbilicals and Risers Dr Yaodong Wang Newcastle University Module Leader for: C5 Advanced Marine Engineering Design TCE3 - Renewable Energy: Resources MTEC Handbook - update Sept

13 B Programme Overview B.1 Aims The aim of this programme is to provide the marine industry within the UK with graduates who have the necessary skills and training in advanced technologies, management, business and IT. With this training, they will be able to provide the necessary leadership and vision to maintain and enhance the industry s knowledge base and improve competitiveness. The programme will provide students with advanced technical and managerial techniques that can be applied in the marine industry and enable them to take on major responsibility early in their careers. Objectives of the programme include: - To equip students having diverse backgrounds and experience with knowledge, skills and understanding in their chosen programme. - To introduce students to material recommended by professional institutions (Institute of Marine Engineers and Royal Institution of Naval Architects). - To provide students with the academic support needed to complete their industrial based projects. - To equip students with appropriate transferable practical skills in IT, data collection and analysis, problem formulation and solving, and communication skills, both oral and written. - To encourage students to develop awareness and responsible attitudes towards the needs of society and the environment in the application of their engineering knowledge, including a regard for safety. - To instill in students an awareness of their professional responsibilities and the need for their own continuing professional development. B.2 Programme Structure The programme is a flexible, collaborative training programme offering a range of postgraduate qualifications. There are twenty six modules in total and these are divided into 3 categories: List A Foundation modules 2 List B Core modules 4 List C Specialist/Optional modules 27 All modules are taught at level M (Masters Level). A complete list of current modules is attached as Appendix 1. Each module is worth 10 credits and is based on a notional 100 hours of study. The 100 hours of study are achieved as follows: (this may vary slightly for some modules) MTEC Handbook - update Sept

14 Pre-school distance learning Intensive school Post-school distance learning/assignments 50 hours 35 hours 15 hours Pre-school distance learning material will be made available a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the intensive school. Post-school distance learning material and assignments will be made available by the end of the intensive school week. Each module is designed to be stand alone and can therefore be completed individually as recognised Continuing Professional Development. Students may retrospectively register for a postgraduate award and receive retrospective recognition of credits already obtained within this programme. Such registration will normally be permitted if the student has completed less than one third of the programme of study, based on academic credits, and meets the programme entry standard. There are 8 technology streams available for those completing the MSc or Postgraduate Diploma: - Classification and Survey - Conversion and Repair - Defence - Marine Engineering - Naval Architecture - Offshore Engineering - Offshore Marine Renewable Energy - Small Craft Design In addition, a general programme in may be followed, whereby students have a free choice from the specialist modules. Students following the General programme may take up to 30 credits (three modules) from modules offered by the Rolls-Royce Early Engineering Professional Development Scheme. A table showing the structure of the technology streams is attached as Appendix 2. MTEC Handbook - update Sept

15 B.2.1 Degree of Master of Science MSc Each student, for the award of the Degree of Master of Science, is required to undertake a total of 180 credits. 100 credits are achieved by successful completion of 10 modules. Students are further required to undertake an 80 credit Project, usually within an industrial organisation. The Project title must be approved by the university at which the Student is registered. An academic (Project) supervisor will be appointed by that institution (normally that institution holding the student s registration). An industrial mentor will normally be appointed from the industrial organisation where the Project is to be carried out. A Dissertation describing the Project and the results will also be required. All students will be expected to attend an oral interview (Viva). Further details about the Project are given in section J. For the Degree of Master of Science, the normal minimum completion time is 24 months with a maximum time of 60 months. B.2.2 Postgraduate Diploma Each student, for the award of Postgraduate Diploma, is required to undertake a total of 120 credits. 80 credits are achieved by successful completion of 8 modules. Students are further required to undertake a 40 credit Mini-Project, usually in an industrial institution. The Project title must be approved by the institution at which the Student is registered. An academic (Project) supervisor will be appointed by that institution (normally that institution holding the student s registration). An industrial mentor will normally be appointed from the industrial institution where the Mini-Project is to be carried out. A Dissertation describing the Mini- Project and the results will also be required. All students will be expected to attend an oral interview Further details about the Mini-Project are given in section J. For the Postgraduate Diploma, the normal minimum completion time is 24 months and the maximum time is 60 months. B.2.3 Postgraduate Certificate Each student, for the award of Postgraduate Certificate, is required to undertake 60 credits. All credits are achieved by successful completion of 6 modules. For the Postgraduate Certificate, the minimum completion time is 12 months and the maximum is 36 months. Upon the recommendation of the Director of Studies at the institution holding the student s registration, the Board of Studies may extend the maximum period of registration by not more than one year at a time. MTEC Handbook - update Sept

16 B.3 Professional Accreditation All programmes are recognised for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Royal Institute of Naval Architects (RINA) and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST). B.4 Learning Outcomes There are 15 key learning outcomes from the programme which the student will be taught or be given the opportunity to develop. Each module will have more specific academic learning outcomes and this is detailed in the module outline form and within the distance learning material: - Knowledge and Understanding Advanced technology within the chosen technology stream. Business applications of advanced technologies taught. Concepts of non technical issues including economics, environmental issues, safety and legislation. - Subject specific/professional skills Theoretical design concepts and practical implementation. IT skills Project planning Project and resource management - Cognitive skills Collation, analysis and evaluation of data Problem formulation Problem solving Decision making - Key transferable skills Communication skills Time management Teamworking Ability to work alone Further information about the learning outcomes including teaching and learning methods and assessment strategies is available in the programme specification which can be supplied on request. MTEC Handbook - update Sept

17 B.5 Teaching Methods The teaching methods on the programme include distance learning material (notes, textbook, websites), lectures, seminars and design exercises. The different teaching methods all contribute to the student learning and enhancing the learning outcomes described in section B.4. B.6 Assessment Strategies Assessment methods used in individual modules are dependent on the specific module. Most modules will involve a pre-school assignment, an unseen written examination and a post-school assignment. Assessment of design exercises (individual and group) also contribute to the assessment strategy for some modules, where appropriate. The assessment details and deadlines are as follows: - Preschool assignment (30%) To assess the understanding of the pre-school distance learning material. Will be supplied at least 6 weeks before the intensive school and submitted on the first day of the intensive school. Will be marked and returned approximately 4 weeks after the submission date. - Written examination (40%) To assess the understanding of the preschool material and any revision of this during the intensive week. This assessment should not include new material delivered after the first day of the intensive school. - Post-school assignment (30%) To assess the application knowledge of the subject and new material taught during the intensive school. The assignment will be given to students during the intensive school to provide students with an opportunity to ask questions etc. Submitted 8 weeks after the intensive school. Will be marked and returned approximately 4 weeks after the submission date. Specific details and exact submission dates will be supplied for each module. It is the student s responsibility to ensure they retain a copy of any assignments that are submitted. The final mark is a combination of the three elements Pre-school assignment(s) (30%), written examination (40%) and post school assignment (30%). Assessment Feedback Students will receive written feedback on their assessment performance via the marker s report. The marker s report will be completed by the assessor and one report will accompany each assignment when it is returned to the student. This feedback will help students to focus on potential areas of improvements in future assessments. Late Submission Students must submit their assignments by the announced submission MTEC Handbook - update Sept

18 deadline. Students who fail to submit an assignment by the deadline will be awarded a mark of 0 for that assignment. The student will then be granted 8 further weeks, from the notification of the failure, to submit but this submission will be accepted as a second attempt and capped at 50%. Extensions to a submission deadline can only be agreed following negotiation with the Programme Director and this must be done prior to the submission date. Students must submit the Extenuating Circumstances form in Appendix 6 to The industrial project (for MSc and Postgraduate Diploma students only) is assessed via a formal dissertation and an oral interview (Viva). More information about the project and dissertation are given in Section J. B.7 Module Selection B.7.1 Degree of Master of Science (MSc) The MSc programme requires completion of 10 modules. - MSc - students following one of the technology streams Students with a marine based degree do not need to complete modules A1 and A2. Therefore, 8 modules are compulsory, (the four core modules and four stream modules), and a table showing module requirements, depending on technology stream, is attached as Appendix 2. Recommendations are given for the remaining two modules although a student can select alternative modules depending on their personal preference. For graduates who complete foundation modules, A1 and A2 (e.g. those without a marine academic background), there are no optional modules in their MSc programme all modules in their chosen technology stream are compulsory. - MSc - students following the General programme in Marine Technology Students with a marine based degree do not need to complete modules A1 and A2. The four core modules are compulsory, and students select six further modules from the list of specialist modules. Students who do not have a marine based degree complete modules A1 and A2 plus the four core modules, and select four further modules from the list of specialist modules. B.7.2 Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) The Postgraduate Diploma programme requires completion of 8 modules. - Postgraduate Diploma - students following one of the technology streams Students with a marine based degree do not need to complete modules A1 and A2. Therefore, eight modules are compulsory (the four core modules and four stream modules), and a table MTEC Handbook - update Sept

19 showing module requirements, depending on technology stream, is attached as Appendix 2. Graduates who complete foundation modules A1 and A2 (e.g. those without a marine academic background), take the four core modules and select two modules from their chosen technology stream. - Postgraduate Diploma - students following the General programme in Marine Technology Students with a marine based degree do not need to complete modules A1 and A2. The four core modules are compulsory, and students select four further modules from the list of specialist modules. Students who do not have a marine based degree complete modules A1 and A2 plus the four core modules, and select two further modules from the list of specialist modules. B.7.3 Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) The Postgraduate Certificate programme requires completion of six modules. Students with a marine based degree can choose six elective modules from List B and C. Students who do not have a marine based degree would need to complete modules A1 and A2 and would have four elective modules from List B and C. A student s choice of modules will be approved by the Degree Programme Director or relevant Director of Study to ensure that the combination of modules forms a coherent programme of study and is suitable for the student s development of knowledge and understanding in a particular area. B.7.4 Signing up for Modules There is no fixed date for module selection. Students should consult the latest module timetable and to register their interest in modules. Students should consider the following: - A and B modules run every year but C modules run every 2 to 3 years - Students undertaking an MSc or Diploma have 5 years to complete and students undertaking a Certificate have 3 years to complete - B modules are compulsory to all MTEC students and often have waiting lists The flexibility of the MTEC programme allows the student to choose when they study modules and so it is the student s responsibility to ensure they complete all modules with the 3/5 year allowance. Students must consider their responsibilities within their full time employment and ensure they can dedicate appropriate time to study before committing to a module. B.8 Module Outlines A copy of the module outline forms are included in Appendix 3. MTEC Handbook - update Sept

20 C Student Assessment and Progress C.1 Attendance Attendance at all lectures, classes, laboratory sessions and tutorials during the intensive week is compulsory for all students undertaking a module, irrespective of whether they are undertaking a postgraduate course of study or a single taught module. Students not meeting these conditions will not be permitted to sit the relevant written examination. Students unable to attend the residential component of a module will be required to do so at a later date, or will be required to take another module, with the agreement of the Programme Director. If a student is unable to attend a particular full day within the residential component of a module, for reasons of ill health or other good cause, then a medical certificate, or alternative equivalent evidence, will be required. Students missing sessions or lectures of a module should submit an Extenuating Circumstance Form (appendix 6) to NB Students who fail to submit a preschool assignment will not be admitted to the intensive school. C.2 Student Progress Students will normally be informed of their overall academic progress by the coordinating Institution where the records will be collated and archived, working in conjunction with the institution holding the student s registration. Students will receive notification of individual results on Blackboard and then these marks will be confirmed from the coordinating Institution following the appropriate meeting of the Board of Examiners. C.3 Module Rate Students will normally be required to undertake a minimum of two taught modules per year. Unless specified by the Programme Director, modules are all of an MSc level and can be taken in any order. C.4 Assessment and Progress General Expectations and Requirements Academic progress is assessed in a variety of ways. This includes submitted work, formal examinations, dissertations, group presentations and design work. The student can expect: - that assessment of whatever kind will be carried out in a fair, efficient and professional manner. - to receive reasonably prompt feedback from staff on work submitted for assessment and on overall academic progress. - to receive advice on possible alternatives in the event of lack of academic progress MTEC Handbook - update Sept

21 - to receive clear information about how the elements of the programme will be assessed and an explanation of the criteria used for assessment. The Consortium expects that: - students will take note of the information provided about assessment and examinations. - students will comply with the University s rules and procedures for the conduct of examinations. - students will inform their supervisor, module leader or degree programme director of any personal circumstances affecting their academic performance whether it relates to any submitted work or to a formal written examination. - students will make appropriate arrangements to re-take examinations or re-submit work where this has been required. C.5 Plagiarism A student who is suspected of plagiarism in either examination or coursework, will have their work taken to the Programme Director. Plagiarism is taken very seriously and is dealt with on a case by case basis in compliance with Newcastle University regulations. For more information please see: C.6 Programme Regulations For full rules on the assessment regulations please consult the MTEC Programme Regulations handbook. It is vital that all students read this document to ensure that they comply with all the rule and regulations governing the programme. To access the MTEC Programme Regulations please contact or you can see this on the Blackboard community pages or the MTEC website MTEC Handbook - update Sept

22 D Student Support D.1 Introduction This programme will represent a return to the teaching and learning environment and the time since this has last occurred will vary from student to student. For most students, the programme will be very different from their previous educational programmes, primarily because: - The course is designed to be studied whilst working full time. - A significant proportion of the course (approximately 65% of study time) is via distance learning. - The taught element is delivered in intensive week-long schools. - The programme (for the majority of students) will use an IT, web-based method of delivery for the distance learning material and student support (Blackboard). Whilst many of the skills developed during previous learning experiences are still valid, it is important that students recognise the differences in this type of programme compared to standard, residential taught courses. The information given in this section and the support system established are there to help you make your studies as successful as possible. D.2 Distance Learning Guidelines Distance learning is flexible and you can study at your own pace. Guidance is given about the approximate amount of time which should be taken to complete the material; however this will depend on the individual. As distance learning may be new to a number of students, some tips about successful distance learning have been given below: - Draw up a study timetable for each module and try to stick to it. Your time is very valuable and limited. Schedule your work so that you use your study time efficiently and effectively. - Identify a suitable work environment either at home or at work. Spend time making sure that this area is suitable for you. Consider the following: light, temperature, space, no distractions. These are all important considerations. A place to work with no distractions is especially relevant for those who have children at home. - Make sure you allot an appropriate amount of time to each module and each part of each module. - Read the material supplied and make notes in whatever way is best for you. - Understanding is key to learning and remembering. If you do not understand a topic, look it up in a textbook, discuss it with a work colleague, ask for help via the Blackboard system or contact the module leader. - Consider the applicability of the course material to your own work environment. See more about work based learning later in this section. MTEC Handbook - update Sept

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