Academic offer

Naval Weapons Engineer School

COURSES AND SYLLABUS

SPANISH NAVY CORPS OF ENGINEERS’ ACCESS COURSE FOR OFFICERS FROM THE GENERAL CORPS

Duration: 6 months

When: First half of the year

Type of course: On-site classes

Subjects:

  • English
  • Computer Science
  • Defense Standardization and Quality Control
  • Weapons Programming
  • State Contracts Law
  • Infrastructures
  • Ship’s Systems
  • Logistic Structure of the Spanish Navy
  • Practical lessons in Spanish Navy units

SPANISH NAVY CORPS OF ENGINEERS’ ACCESS COURSE FOR OFFICERS FROM THE TECHNICAL CORPS

Duration: 6 months

When: First half of the year

Type of course: On-site classes

Subjects:

  • English
  • Computer Science
  • Quality control in the Ministry of Defense
  • Material manufacturing for the Defense
  • Material procurement
  • Digital Servo-systems
  • The warship
  • Logistic Support
  • Practical lessons in Spanish Navy units

SPECIFIC MILITARY TRAINING COURSE FOR RESERVE OFFICERS TO BECOME CORPS OF NAVAL ENGINEERS’ OFFICERS

Duration: 4 months

When: First half of the year

Type of course: On-site classes

Subjects: The same subjects as the Spanish Navy Corps of Engineers’ access course for Officers from the General Corps but with less credits to adjust it to the academic duration of the course.

SPECIFIC MILITARY TRAINING COURSE FOR RESERVE OFFICERS TO BECOME CORPS OF NAVAL ENGINEERS’ TECHNICAL OFFICERS

Duration: 4 months

When: First half of the year

Type of course: On-site classes

Subjects: The same subjects as the Spanish Navy Corps of Engineers’ access course for Officers from the General Corps but with less credits to adjust it to the academic duration of the course.

COURSE TO OBTAIN THE DEGREE OF ENGINEER OF THE SPANISH NAVY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

Duration: 3 academic years

Type of course: On-site classes

Syllabus: In compliance with ad hoc regulations (632/08211/04 BOD 106)

Degree: : Naval Engineer

Subjects:

  • English; Mathematical Analysis; Probability and Statistics; Chemistry; Thermodynamics.
  • Fluid Mechanics; Technical Drawing; Electronics; Automation; Organic Chemistry.
  • Gunpowder and Explosives I; Naval Weapons Systems; Integrated Optronic Systems; Digital Electronics; Manufacturing of Defense Material.
  • Electro-Technics; Applied Aerodynamics; Submarine Weapons; Submarine Acoustics; Combat System Radars.
  • Tactical Telecommunications; Ballistics: Missiles I-Propulsion; Accuracy Mechanics; Projects Management.
  • Algebra; Numerical Calculation; Mechanics; Heat Transmission; Electro-Magnetism.
  • Elasticity and Material Resistance; Digital Servo-Systems; Metallurgy and Special Materials; Gun Powder and Explosives II.
  • Naval Weapons Systems II; Integrated Analogical Electronics; Signal Analysis and Modulation; Computer Architecture.
  • Mechanisms, Artillery and Ammunition; Electronic Warfare; Combat System Radars II; Ballistics.
  • Ballistics: Missiles II-Guidance and Control Systems; Legislation and Contracting; Final Course Project.

COURSE TO OBTAIN A PHD IN NAVAL ENGINEERING

Duration: 2 academic years

Type of course: Online course with on-site classes

Syllabus: In compliance with ad hoc regulations (632/08211/04 BOD 106). A total of 32 credits are required.

Degree: : PhD in Naval Engineering

PhD Subjects:

Advanced Materials; Architecture and Parallel Processing; Reliability and Sustainability Engineering Systems; Submarine Acoustics Analysis; Design and Development of Naval Combat System Radars; Corrosion of Naval Systems; Nitroglycerine; Manufacturing Processes; Aid to Logistic Support Decision-Making; Projects Managing; Chemical and Biological Dangerous Products; Ballistic Complements; Technical and Scientific Photo-instrumentation in the Diagnosis of Fast Phenomena; Missile Control and Guidance Systems; Introduction to Missile Propulsion and Aerodynamics; Lethality of Projectiles; Sonar Systems; Night Vision and Thermo-Images; Hydro-dynamics in the Design of Warships; Reliability Statistics; Engineering of Conventional Weapon Systems; Underwater Acoustics; Advanced Ballistics; Manufacturing of Gunpowder and Explosives; Marine Corrosion; Performance of Warships at Sea.

    

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