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Prof.Dr.Ertuğrul Doğan
Prof.Dr.İlkay Salihoğlu
Prof.Dr.Doğan İbrahim
Prof.Dr.Mustafa Altunç
Assoc.Prof.Dr.Erdal Güryay
Assoc.Prof.Dr.Özgür Özerdem
Assist.Prof.Dr.Burak Şekeroğlu
Assist Prof.Dr.İrfan Günsel
Assist.Prof.Dr.Mustafa Kurt
MDMAT 501 Advanced Engineering Mathematics (3+0)
MDMAN 503 Maritime Management (3+0)
MDMAN 505 Shipping Management (3+0)
MDECO 507 Maritime Economics (3+0)
MDSAF 509 Safety and Enforcement (3+0)
MDENV 511 Environmental Shipping (3+0)
MDSEM 591 Seminer 1 (2+0) Kredisiz
MDSEM 592 Seminer 2 (2+0) Kredisiz
MDREP 521 Report writing (2+0)
MDMET 513 Meteorological Navigation (3+0)
MDNAV 515 Advanced Electronic Aids to Navigation (3+0)
MDRES 517 Research Methods (3+0)
MDSPT 523 Special topics 1 (3+0)
MDSPT 524 Special topics 2 (3+0)
MDLAW 527 International Maritime Laws and Conventions (3+0)
MDLOG 529 Marine Logistics (3+0)
MDMAT 501 Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Matrices, Linear independence, Rank of a matrix, Linear systems of equations, Determinant, Cramer’s rule, Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, Diagonalization, Vectors in 2-space and 3-space, Curves, Curvatures, Gradient, Divergence of a vector field, Line integrals, Green’s theorem, Surface integrals, Divergence theorem and its applications, Stoke’s theorem, Fourier series, Even and odd functions, Complex Fourier series, Approximation by trigonometric polynomials, Fourier integral, Fourier cosine and sine transforms, Fourier transforms.
MDMAN 503 Maritime Management
Personnel management, principles of controlling subordinates and maintaining good relationships, staff attitudes, exercise of authority, group behaviour, conditions of employement. Organization of staff, manning arrangements, work analysis, allocation of staff, Organizing for ship maintenance, organizing communications on board, techniques of meeting. On board training, training methods, safety training, emergency drills, training in ship operations, training in maintenance, health training and hygiene the authority of the master, punishment and reward.
MDMAN 505 Shipping Management
This course addresses the complex factors which are involved in the overall management of a shipping operation. Introduction, Drivers of change in the shipping Industry, The Shipping Industry clusters, Organizational and Managerial Patterns, Shipping Companies, the economy, the state, Main Shipping Industries (BulkShipping, Liner shipping), Economic organisation of Bulk and Liner Shipping Industries, The carrige of goods by sea (Types of Cargo vessels and Nature of Cargoes).
MDECO 507 Maritime Economics
This module deals with the economic aspects of the maritime industry. Topics covered include: Patterns of maritime trade; Patterns of shipping markets; and Economics of shipping services. The courses main topics are; General Introduction, The evolution of Maritime Economics, The business of shipping: An historical perspective, Sea Transportation in Theory, The Four shipping market, Maritime Freight market, supply, demand and freight rates, cost, revenue and financial performance.
MDSAF 507 Safety and Enforcement
This course provides the students of the issues and the role, influence etc. of key organizations and players associated with the health, safety and maritime law enforcement within both the shipping and offshore industries. It also explores ways of addressing these issues and examines the relationship between safety and enforcement.
Law of the sea and maritime security, understanding of the regimes of maritime zones under the convention of the Law of the sea, overview of the relevant IMO, ILO and other regimes relating to maritime labour and welfare rights and expectations of seafarers in relation to occupational safety.
MDENV 511 Environmental Shipping
The objective of this course is to introduce students to the various causes of pollution to the marine and atmospheric environments due to shipping related activities. Environmental issues such as ship waste, oil pollution, anti-fouling paints, ship breaking activities, ship litter (including plastics), ballast water management and ship emissions are addressed
MDSEM 591 Seminar 1
Seminars are given by lecturers, invited speakers and students who are registered to the course. Students’ presentations may be within the scope of their thesis topics.
MDSEM 592 Seminar 2
Seminars are given by lecturers, invited speakers and students who are registered to the course. Students’ presentations may be within the scope of their thesis topics.
MDRAP 521 Report Writing
The course gives extensive information and some clues on the important aspects of writing and presenting scientific reports (thesis). It aims to provide some experience and some skills on reporting by following universally valid systems like APA and others. It provides some information on ethics.
MDMED 513 Meteorological Navigation
Importance of meteorology in maritime, weather observations and forecasting at sea, Marine meteorological services. Maritime Meteorology services for shipping, the use of weather maps at sea, warning by radar and radio, weather forecasting onboard, use of marine radar on meteorology, tornadoes, water spouts, tropical revolving storms, ocean climatology, ocean waves, ocean surface currents, sea ice, iceberg, weather routeing at polar region, planning an ocean passage, avoiding from Tropikal Cyclones, World Meteorological Organisation.
MDNAV 515 Advanced Electronic Systems
An introduction to electronic navigation systems, Voyage data recorders Vessel Traffic systems AIS vessel traking system on network. Modern gyro types and comparison with the conventional gyro compass, Hyperbolic Navigation Systems and equipment, Satellite Navigation Systems and equipment, Integrated Navigation Systems and equipment,Automatic Control Systems used onboard merchant ships, legal aspects of all electronic devices used onboard merchant ships.
MDRES 517 Reserch Methods
The course defines the understanding of science, engineering and maritime studies, and describes the links between the interrelated technical subjects. Further, it considers the methods of scientific research and focuses on the five methods most widely used for natural sciences, engineering and maritime studies, giving much emphasis on experimental and field studies research methods. It also stresses the importance of integrated research methods. Finally it gives information on research ethics and on resolving controversies in research
MDSPT 523 Special Topics 1 Maritime Communications
After completion of the mast courses of MSc programme, the investigation of on study fields and developments on these study fields of all students, under the supervision of an advisor. The coverage may include Miscellaneous skills and operational procedures for general communications, ability to use English Language, both written and spoken, for the satisfactory Exchange of communications relevant to the safety of life at sea, obligatory procedures and practices, practical and theoretical knowledge of general communication procedures, knowledge of the basic features of the maritime mobile service and the maritime mobile satellite service, detailed practical knowledge and ability to use the basic equipment of a ship station, communicating with port authorities and vessel traffic services.
MDSPT 524 Special Topics 2
After completion of the mast courses of MSc programme, the investigation of on study fields and developments on these study fields of all students, under the supervision of an advisor.
MDLAW 527 National and Internationlal Maritime Laws and Conventions
International Maritime Conventions, MARPOL, SOLAS, COLREG, FAL, SALVAGE, ISM, ISPS, UNCLOS, UN Convention on Conditions for Reg of ships, stowaways, ILO, Athen’s Convention, charterparties, Maritime Lion and arrest of ships, P&I, US OPA 1990, B/L Law, Hague, Hague/Virby Rules, Hamburg Rules, Harter Act., Memorandum of Understanding-PSC.
MDLOG 529 Marine Logistics
This course examines the strategic role of shipping in global supply chains. It focuses on the commercial and logistic environment within which maritime transport operates, in particular organizations which own, operate and manage shipping. It focuses and analasys commercial operation of shipsin the bulk and linear shipping fright markets. Case studies are used to improve the students strategic logistics skills.

  • The after math of the second world war: Collapse of Colonisation, The European Economic Community, Global Economy.
  • Gobal logistics: Containerisation the advent of and multi-modal Transport services, Consolidation and Distribution of products, Modal interfaces, Ports, Terminals, ICD, Inter modal systems.
  • Operations of Multi-Modal Transport and logistics: Sea, Road, Rail, Air, International sale Contracts and documentation in Global distribution, International conventions relating to inter-modal transport.