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Ocean Technology and Marine Affairs    [Course Catalog of this Semester]
Goal   
  • Possess professionalism of both technology application and management in the marine field.
  • Cultivate both multidisciplinary learning and communication skills related to the technology, management, law and policy in the marine field.
  • Cultivate decision-making skills embodied independent judgment, social caring and global perspective.
  • Obtain the mindset, knowledge, technique and strategic management for the need of sustainable marine environment development.
  • Principle Literacy and Competence   
    [Principle Literacy]
  • Spirit of Humanism
  • Civic Concern
  • Engineering Ethics
  • Environmental and Social Caring
  • Global vision
  • [Competence]
  • Possess specialized knowledge in the area of ocean technology and marine affairs.
  • The abilities to plan and execute research projects.
  • The abilities to convey and compose professional academic essays.
  • The abilities of thinking innovatively and solving problems independently.
  • The abilities to coordinate and integrate cross-disciplinary research.
  • Global visions and foreign language skills.
  • The abilities of leadership, management and schematization.
  • The ability of lifelong self-learning.
  • Course Classification
    Course Classification Course Name
    A. School common required course
    B. General education courses
    C. Faculty core courses
    D. Department/Institute core courses
    [OTMA6211]INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY, [OTMA6251]COASTAL MANAGEMENT, [OTMA6252]INTRODUCTION TO MARINE AFFAIRS, [OTMA7191]SELECTED TOPICS(1), [OTMA7192]SELECTED TOPICS(2), [OTMA7193]SELECTED TOPICS(3), [OTMA7194]SELECTED TOPICS(4), [OTMA7195]SELECTED TOPICS
    E. Interdisciplinary courses
    [OTMA6200]COASTAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONSERVATION, [OTMA6201]SYSTEM DYNAMICS FOR OCEAN INFORMATION, [OTMA6202]COASTAL MANAGEMENT, [OTMA6203]MARINE RESOURCES POLICY AND MANAGEMENT, [OTMA6204]MARINE PROTECTED AREA, [OTMA6205]INTERNATIONAL POLICY AND LAW OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, [OTMA6206]MARINE POLLUTION MANAGEMENT AND POLICY, [OTMA6207]INTRODUCTION TO MARINE AFFAIRS, [OTMA6208]INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY, [OTMA6209]MARINE RECREATION MANAGEMENT AND POLICY, [OTMA9200]OCEAN FORCASTING AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
    F. Incorporating Service-Learning into the course
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    [OTMA6301]OCEAN SURVEY AND EXPLORATION TECHNIQUE, [OTMA6302]MARINE POLLUTION, [OTMA6303]INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR MARINE RESOURCES, [OTMA9300]INTEGRATED OCEAN ENGINEERING, [OTMA9301]OCEAN OBSERVATION TECHNIQUE AND ANALYSIS, [OTMA9302]COMMUNICATION THEORY, [OTMA9303]UNDERWATER ACOUSTICS
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    [OTMA6210]SATELLITE MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT, [OTMA6400]OCEAN INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, [OTMA6401]OCEAN INFORMATION ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT APPLICATION, [OTMA6402]CLIMATE CHANGE AND MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
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    [OTMA6500]TECHNOLOGY SAFETY LOW, [OTMA6501]MARINE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, [OTMA6502]INTERNATIONAL LAW OF THE SEA, [OTMA6503]ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, [OTMA6504]INTERNATION LAW, [OTMA9500]STUDY ON LEGAL PROBLEMS OUT OF THE FISH-BREEDING AND FISHING, [OTMA9501]SEMINAR ON INTERNATIONAL LAW OF THE SEA
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    [OTMA6600]MARINE POLICY
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