Part time Master's Degree in Maritime Engineering in Taoyuan in Taiwan

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Maritime Engineering

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

Maritime engineering programs can teach students how to create a variety of vessels and structures that exist in balance with the strong forces of the ocean. Courses may cover design and implementation of various structures, such as ships and mining platforms.

Taiwan (Traditional Chinese: 台灣 or 臺灣, Simplified Chinese: 台湾 tái wān) is a nation which is home to more than 23 million people and is one of the most densely populated places in the world. The most prestigious university is National Taiwan University.

Taoyuan is a small city in Taiwan and equipped with academic facilities. It has modern academic centers and host one of the newest university in Taiwan called Chang Gung University. This university has specialized on the new world technology and computers education.

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Master in Hydrological and Oceanic Sciences

National Central University
Campus Part time September 2018 Taiwan Taoyuan

Founded in 2001, the Institute of Hydrological Sciences (IHS) provides opportunities in research and education in three major areas: global hydrological cycles, hydrosphere environmental sciences, and information-technology based hydro-hazard mitigation. [+]

Part time Masters in Maritime Engineering in Taoyuan in Taiwan. Founded in 2001, the Institute of Hydrological Sciences (IHS) provides opportunities in research and education in three major areas: global hydrological cycles, hydrosphere environmental sciences, and information-technology based hydro-hazard mitigation. Through analysis, observation, and multi-scale modeling, the IHS seeks to investigate various processes and phenomena crucial to the environmental sustainability pertaining to the hydrological cycle, including climate change, land-ocean-atmosphere interactions, precipitation processes, surface/subsurface hydrology, coastal ocean processes and aquatic biogeochemistry. IHS welcomes domestic as well as international collaboration, which is much needed for attacking research topics of regional to global scale. Currently, IHS has seven full-time faculty members with diverse but solid backgrounds and offers M.S. and Ph.D. programs. Fundamental Courses: Aquatic Chemistry, Fluid Dynamics, Applied Mathematics Methods, Land Hydrological Processes, Atmospheric and Oceanic Processes Advance Courses Air-sea Interaction, Special topics on ocean turbulence, Special Topic on Coastal Environments Scientific Computing, Advance Fluid Mechanics, Ocean Wave Dynamics Requirements for Graduation Required credits : 24 (including 9 credits for required courses & 3 credits for Seminar / Special Topics) Duration of Study : 1~4 years Other requirements : Pass an oral defense of thesis. Journal Review Elective Courses Research Facilities & Lab Tsunami Science Research Group Surface Hydrology Research Group Environmental Fluid Dynamics Observing Research Group Biogeochemical Research Group Marine Physical Observation Research Group Multiphase Flow in Porous Media Research Group Admission Documents Autobiography Research Proposal Two Letters of Recommendation TOEFL or Other Evidence of English Proficiency [-]