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Misamis University

Ozamiz City, Philippines 7200

COLLEGE OF MARITIME
EDUCATION
CERTIFIED: ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Det Norske Veritas, The Netherlands
ACCREDITED: Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)

Misamis University
VISION/ MISSION
The Misamis University upholding the principle that God is the center of its existence
and education its service offering to God and country, aims to be a leading private non-sectarian
institution of learning.
It is committed to the development of the whole person who is God-fearing, principled,
socially responsible, service oriented, environmentally concerned and is competent to meet
global challenges.
OBJECTIVES
Guided by this vision/mission, Misamis University is dedicated to the pursuit and
attainment of the following:
1. Develop and maintain quality academic programs;
2. Foster an academic community that promotes unity, creativity, entrepreneurial spirit,
environmental concern, appreciation and pride in our national history and cultural heritage;
3. Conduct researches that support effective instruction and are responsible to the
needs of the community and society;
4. Build and maintain a strong partnership with the community, giving emphasis to
extension program and the delivery of quality health care services.
5. Provide accessible education to all.

CORE VALUES
The Misamis University upholds the following core values that promotes and shape its
mission:
EXCELLENCE
INTEGRITY
LOYALTY

HONESTY

Misamis University
Ozamiz City, Philippines 7200

COLLEGE OF MARITIME
EDUCATION
CERTIFIED: ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Det Norske Veritas, The Netherlands
ACCREDITED: Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)

College of Maritime Education


VISION
To become one of the leading Maritime Institutions in the Philippines by S.Y. 2017.
MISSION
The Maritime Education program shall aim to produce competent seafarers whose
knowledge, skills and attitudes fulfill all the requirements of ISO 9001:2008, STCW Convention
& Code including 2010 Manila Amendments, Policies, Standards and Guidelines of the
Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Circular Memorandum of the Technical Education
Skills and Development Authority (TESDA) and such other international laws and conventions
that may directly or indirectly affect the Quality Management System of the University.

OBJECTIVES
The College of Maritime Education is committed to produce graduates who:
1. Exhibit the competencies required of the trade for entry-level apprenticeship or
employment.
2. Show evidences of values indicative of honesty, integrity, discipline and hard work
that will make him reliable and dependable individual.
3. Possess desirable attitudes and work ethics required of a seafarer.
4. Demonstrate the ability to use ones mind intelligently in making decisions and solve
problem in engine machinery.
5. Initiate research work and be involved in community-service oriented projects and
contribute to the nations development.

INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES:


1. Demonstrate / apply the knowledge and skills acquired in ones discipline.
2.

Exercise awareness of global perspectives to function effectively and constructively


in the intercultural and global community.

3. Demonstrate ones ability to analyze, interpret and use given information in


responding to situations and providing solutions to discipline-related problems.
4. Demonstrate effective communication skills using English language through the
different modes of communication.

Misamis University
Ozamiz City, Philippines 7200

COLLEGE OF MARITIME
EDUCATION
CERTIFIED: ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Det Norske Veritas, The Netherlands
ACCREDITED: Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)

5. Recognize the existence of God.

6. Actively involved in ones community and be critical and analytical on the issues that
affect him or her and are according to ethical principles.
7. Serve on work voluntarily.
8. Preserve and conserve the natural resources under mans disposal including the
ability to take up measures that will make the environment sustainable.
9. Work and hit targets beyond performance standards.
10. Hold true of what is right and appropriate in ones role, behavior or relationship.
11. Be upright and consistently honest.
12. Be faithful to any relation or organizational affiliation.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:


The BSMarE program aims to:
1. Provide and equip students with knowledge, understanding, proficiencies, skills,
competencies, attitudes and values to qualify them for:
A. professional licensure examination; and
B. assessment and certification as officer in charge of an engineering watch in a
manned engine room or designated duty engineer officer in a periodically
unmanned engine-room on seagoing ships powered by main propulsion
machinery of 750 kW propulsion power or more;

2. Produce graduates that are:


A. competent to carry out safely the watch keeping duties of an officer in charge
of an engineering watch in a manned engine room or designated duty engineer
officer in a periodically unmanned engine room, both at sea and in port;
B. fully conversant with the basic principles to be observed in keeping an
engineering watch as per STCW Regulation VIII/2, Chapter VIII of the STCW
Code; and
C. qualified to pursue a professional career or advanced studies in any maritime
field of specialization.

Misamis University
Ozamiz City, Philippines 7200

COLLEGE OF MARITIME
EDUCATION
CERTIFIED: ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Det Norske Veritas, The Netherlands
ACCREDITED: Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES:


The graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering program shall have
acquired the knowledge and competence necessary to perform the following:
1. Demonstrate the ability to undertake at the operational level the tasks, duties and
responsibilities in column 1 of Table A-III/1 of Section A-III/1 of the STCW Code;
A. Maintain a safe engineering watch
B. Use English in written and oral form
C. Use internal communication systems
D. Operate main and auxiliary machinery and associated control systems
E. Operate fuel, lubrication, ballast and other pumping systems and associated
control systems
F. Operate auxiliary machineries and control systems
G. Maintenance and repair of compressor
H. Appropriate use of hand tools, machine tools and measuring instruments for
fabrication and repair on board
I. Maintenance and repair of shipboard machinery and equipment
J. Ensure compliance with pollution-prevention requirements
K. Maintain sea worthiness of the ship
L. Prevent, control and fight fires on board
M. Operate life saving appliances
N. Apply medical first aid on board ship
O. Monitor compliance with legislative requirements
P. Application of leadership and team-working skills
Q. Contribute to the safety of personnel and ship
2. Carry out watch keeping duties in accordance with Section A-VIII/2, part 4-2 of the
STCW Code;
A. Watch arrangements
B. Taking over the watch

Misamis University
Ozamiz City, Philippines 7200

COLLEGE OF MARITIME
EDUCATION
CERTIFIED: ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Det Norske Veritas, The Netherlands
ACCREDITED: Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)

C. Performing the engineering watch


D. Engineering watch keeping under different conditions and in different seas

3. View the contemporary world from both Philippine and global perspectives and reflect
critically on maritime issues guided by ethical standards;
4. Deal with problems methodically and scientifically;
5. Contribute personally and meaningfully to the countrys development

Auxmach 1
SUBJECT DESCRIPTION: Auxiliary Machinery 1
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course includes the heat engine cycle, air compressor, heat,
construction detailed of reciprocating compressor, compressor operation, rotary compressor,
storage of compressed air, air distribution, operate pumping pump system, and associated
control system, maintenance and repair of auxiliary machinery and explained how moisture is
removed from the air in a distribution system.
In addition, it enhances the students competence and global
competitiveness in using, repairing, and maintaining auxiliary and different type of pump such as
screw pump, reciprocating pump, gear pump . Additionally, this course also promotes the
practice of the universitys core values as excellence, integrity, honesty and loyalty.
TERM:
UNITS:

ONE SEMESTER
4.0 UNITS

CREDIT HOURS:

3 HOURS/WEEK

PRE-REQUISITE:

Machine shop 3

COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Class Participation, Oral/ Practical Exam,
and Laboratory Works/ Exercises, Portfolio
Periodical Examination

70%

30%
100 %

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME: At the end of the course, the students should process
adequate theoretical knowledge and practical skill to carry out the duties of an engineer of a
watch in safe and efficient manner.
GRADING SYSTEM CUMMULATIVE
There are three grading periods. The grades obtained for each grading period is referred to as
follows:
First Grading Period (Prelim Grade) From the start of classes to the Prelim Exam.
Second Grading Period (Tentative Midterm Grade) After the Prelim Exam to the Midterm Exam.

Misamis University
Ozamiz City, Philippines 7200

COLLEGE OF MARITIME
EDUCATION
CERTIFIED: ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Det Norske Veritas, The Netherlands
ACCREDITED: Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)

Third Grading Period (Tentative Final Grade) After the Midterm Exam to Final Exam.
PRELIM GRADE = GRADE IN THE FIRST GRADING PERIOD
MIDTERM GRADE = 1/3 PRELIM GRADE + 2/3 TENTATIVE MIDTERM GRADE
FINAL GRADE = 1/3 MIDTERM GRADE + 2/3 TENTATIVE FINAL GRADE