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OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MARITIME EDUCATION BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARITIME ENGINEERING SCHOOL YEAR 2006-2007 1ST YEAR 1ST SEM Subject Name ENG 1 MAT 1 ENG 15 SEAM 1 CHM 104 EMAT FIL 1 PE 1 NSTP 1
BASIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS 1 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MARINE VOCAMULARY & TERMS SHIP & SHIP ROUTINES GENERAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY ENGINEERING MATERIALS SINING NG PAKIKIPAGTALASTASAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 NSTP 1

2ND SEM Units 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 (3) 24 2ND YEAR ENG 2 MAT 9 FIL 2 SAFETY 1 MASHOP 1 MDRAW 1 PHYS 104 PE 2 NSTP 2 Subject Name
BASIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS 2 PLANE TRIGONOMETRY & SOLID MENS

Units 3 5 2 3 2 4 2 (3) 24

PAGBASA AT PAGSULAT SA IBA'TIBANG DISIPLINA3 BASIC SAFETY 1 MACHINE SHOP 1 MARINE ENGINEERING DRAWING 1 PHYSICS 1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 NSTP 2

1ST SEM Subject Name MAT 12A COMP 1 CHM 202 ELEC 1 PHYS 204 EWATCH MASHOP 2 SOC 1 PE 3
CALCULUS & ANA. GEOMETRY INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY ELECTROTECHNOLOGY I APPLIED PHYSICS WATCHKEEPING MACHINE SHOP 2 PHILIPPINE HISTORY AND CULTURE

2ND SEM Units 3 3 2 3 4 1 3 3 2 2 24 26 3RD YEAR ELEC 2 ENG 7 MARPP 1 MASHOP 3 THERMO 1 PE 4
ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY 2 TECHNICAL WRITING W/ ORAL COMM MARINE POWER PLANT I(DIESEL) MACHINE SHOP 3 MARINE THERMODYNAMICS 1 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4

Subject Name AUMAC 104
AUXILLARY MACHINERY 1

Units 4 4 3 4 3 4 2

NAVAL ARCH INTRO TO NAVAL ARCHITECTURE
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3

1ST SEM Subject Name ELEC 3 PSY 1 WEG MARPOL HYMECH
ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY 3 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

2ND SEM Units 4 3 3 3 4 3 3 23 AUTO 2 SOC 4 MARPP 3 RMMC MARLAW PERSMAN Subject Name AUTOMATION MARINE AUTOMATION
INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL RIZAL MARINE POWER PLANT II STEAM RESEARCH WITH MARINE CONCEPTS MARITIME LAW 1 PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

Units 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 23

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
MARINE POLLUTION AND PREVENTION MECHANICS & HYDROMECHANICS

AUMAC 203AUXILLARY MACHINERY 2 TECH ELEC INTRO TO MARINE SURVEYING

UNITS 4TH YEAR CADETSHIP 40

ONE YEAR SEAGOING SERVICE. Documented in an approved training record book is awarded with 40 Credit Units. Seagoing shall be supervised service shall be supervised abd include at least Six (6) months duties in the engine department under the supervision of the Chief Engineer or qualified officer.

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