History ,current situation and future development of college
College of Maritime and College of Ocean Engineering are combined to make a new college on 01/08/2019. To cope with government development policy (indigenous defense submarine and offshore wind energy), students will be mainly trained with shipping and marine engineering.
The college has 68 full-time teachers and 4 contract-based teachers, including 24 professors, 22 associate professors, 23 assistant professors and 3 lecturers in 6 departments and 2 graduate schools. (Department of Shipping Technology, Department of Marine Engineering, Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Department of Electronic Communication Engineering, Department of Maritime Information and Technology, Technology Talent Bachelor's Program in Intelligent Maritime)(Ph.D. Program in Maritime Science and Technology, Master's Program in Offshore Wind Energy Engineering)
♦ Department of Shipping Technology：3 professors, 2 associate professors, 7 assistant professors and 2 lecturers
♦ Department of Marine Engineering：7 professors, 6 associate professors, 6 assistant professors and 1 lecturer
♦ Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering：4 professors, 6 associate professors and 3 assistant professors
♦ Department of Electronic Communication Engineering：4 professors, 5 associate professors and 2 assistant professors
♦ Department of Maritime Information and Technology：4 professors, 3 associate professors and 1 assistant professor
♦ Ph.D. Program in Maritime Science and Technology：2 professors
♦ Master's Program in Offshore Wind Energy Engineering：2 assistant professors
♦ Technology Talent Bachelor's Program in Intelligent Maritime：2 assistant professors
We are also going to amalgamate Maritime training center, Marine Engineering and Science research center, Center of Maritime Investigation and Appraisal, Research Center for Science Technology and Society Studies, Research and Development Center for Maritime Foresight Tech Industry, Maritime Security research center, Underwater Searching and Vessel Traffic Information Center, Fishing Vessel research center, Noise and Vibration detection center, and Electrical and Control research center to make the greatest benefit on education.
In accordance with the national policy of "Building Nation on Sea", students are trained to become professionals in the field of shipping and maritime engineering in technology research and development, accumulate practical experiences from professional training, have industry-academia cooperation and academic research and technology promotion.
The simultaneous development of teaching, research and service is actively integrating resources and teachers to achieve the following goals:
Teaching：Cultivate excellent maritime professionals with "internationalization", "professionalization" and "full humanization". In order to provide manpower required for the development of marine industries.University students have a professional foundation, language skills and logical thinking. Graduate students have research, development and innovation abilities, which can make graduates have independent thinking, professional attitude, professional ethics and teamwork abilities.
Industry-academia cooperation：With the shipping and maritime engineering industries as the keypoint, we actively handle various maritime training courses, promote industry-academia cooperation classes and post-graduate classes, and strengthen students with international shipping internships and foreign studies to achieve the educational goals.
Research：With marine technology as the keypoint including the continuous planning and establishing research institutes with maritime characteristics, the college integrates research teams into inter-departments, establish the distinctive research centers to promote academic research, technology research and development transfer, research plan integration and implementation of research and teaching in various institutes.
Service：Assist the Marine Training Center to promote the education and training services of crew and maritime engineering, and also promote the international academic exchange activities of various departments. In addition, in response to the needs of further vocational teachers related to maritime shipping, marine patrol units and senior executives of corporate companies, the College plans to strengthen the relationship with the industry through graduate Institutes, in-service graduate Institutes, Ph.D. program and maritime courses.