About shipping & Maritime Science Department


Knowledge acquisition and application

An ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mathematical foundations, navigational planning and ship design, engineering tools, maritime administration, search-and-rescue operation, salvage operation, risk and accident analysis, environmental management, marine motors and marine propulsion.

Navigational Planning and Management

An ability to make navigational planning and management taking into account factors such as safety, environmental protection. meteorological data and ocean conditions;

Analyzing problems and finding solutions

An ability to analyze real world problems in voyage planning, bridge watch, maneuvering, falling of auxiliary machinery operation, ship's dynamic responses, and pollution prevention.

Using advanced Security Management Tools and Techniques

An ability to design and implement security management system Andon-board safety in emergency situations including the activation of suitable response mechanism using advanced modern tools and techniques;

Teamwork and leadership:

An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal as well as to lead the team from front including the capability of leading and managing projects and human teams in maritime activities.

Professionalism

An understanding, of professional, ethical, legal, security, healthcare and social issues and responsibilities;

Communication

An ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences including as an inspection manager in the maritime administration

Evaluating the impacts

An ability to evaluate the local and global impact of maritime industries on individuals, organizations, and society;

Professional development

Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development;

Discussion and negotiation

An ability to engage in discussions to reach to an agreement through clever negotiations

Innovation

An ability to innovate new ideas to facilitate advancement in the global technology;

Presentation

An ability to present something in an impressive way without losing the clarity of the subject matter;

Contribute beyond professional careers

A broad education necessary to contribute effectively beyond their professional careers

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Shipping and Maritime Department

Providing excellent education in an interactive environment, which prepares students for industry, academia and government.
Strengthening the core competence in any program by incorporating industry-oriented and tutorial-based education.


1. Providing excellent education in an interactive environment, which prepares students for industry, academia and government.
2. Strengthening the core competence in any program by incorporating industry-oriented and tutorial-based education.
3. Enhancing Industrial Training program to get acquainted with corporate culture as well as to gather practical skills before graduating.
4. Arranging regular workshops, seminars, contests etc. to create successful, competent and skillful graduates.
5. Grooming the students to make them solving complex problems, gaining leadership and other interpersonal skills.
6. Engaging the students with different laboratories and international bodies to carry on contemporary research for hastening the arrival of new technology-based world and publishing research articles in international journals and conferences.


1. To become one of the leading Universities in the world through creating a strong applied research and teaching environment that responds to the national and international challenges of the 21st century.
2. To become recognized universally as one of the top promoters of quality education and emerging applied research.
3. To produce competent graduates to work in the highly reputed global companies or pursue higher studies in top ranked universities.

Features


Innovations

  • Maritime Research Cell
  • Credit Transfer
  • Virtual Learning & Flipped Classroom
  • International Advisory Board
  • Student Mobility
  • Innovative Curriculum
  • Only Private University in Bangladesh offering this Program

Facilities

  • Marine Engineering Lab
  • Nautical Science Lab
  • Green Energy Lab
  • High Impact IoT Lab
  • 13 Research Cells
  • Maritime Science Club
  • Adventure Club
  • Music Club
  • Sports Club

Career Opportunities

  • Freight Forwarding
  • Ports & Terminal
  • Supply Chain & Logistics
  • Maritime Survey
  • Ship Breaking & Recycling Yard
  • Ship Management
  • Transport Policy & Regulation
  • Ship Crewing Agencies
  • International Trade
  • Ship Chartering & Brokering


Academics



Total Credit: Major in Nautical:150 Credits
Total Credit: Major in Engineering:150 Credits


B.Sc. in Shipping & Maritime Science

Undergraduate Program
For admission into undergraduate programs in the Department of Shipping and Maritime Science (SMS), candidate must meet following conditions in compliance with UGC. Have science background with Physics, Chemistry, Math (PCM) and minimum GPA 2.5 in both SSC and HSC level; or Must have minimum 5 subjects including PCM in O-level and 2 subjects in A-level, among them minimum grade B in at least 4 subjects and minimum grade C in at least other 3 subjects in science group. Must appear in admission test and qualify for admission.

Requirements for Graduation
To obtain the degree in Bachelor of Shipping and Maritime Science (abbreviated as B. Sc. in SMS) a student will have to complete at least 150.00 Credit Hours including assigned projects and training and must pass all the required courses, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.20. Student must also meet all the financial obligations to the university to become qualified for the degree. If any student fails in any course, he/she will get the opportunity to improve the grade by retaking the same in the subsequent trimesters like other regular students. The requirement for obtaining 150.00 credit hours in the university is sufficient enough compared with the minimum requirement of international standard and UGC guidelines.

For more information

Credit Transfer:
Transfer Students:
Credit transfer shall be allowed only from the approved universities. A student transferring credit from another approved university or based on equivalence given by UGC to CUB may be exempted or waived maximum 50% credit hours if he/she meets all of the following conditions: CGPA 3.00 or above in the completed courses;
Exemption in any course requires that the student scored GPA 3.00 or above in that course;
The course he/she studied had 80% similarity in course detail with respect to the syllabus of Shipping and Maritime Science Department of CUB; and
The evidences must be supported by the official documents from the previous university.

Upon completion of the required courses by the transferee student for the degree, GPA shall be computed only from the courses completed at CUB. The transcript shall also include only the courses that the student completed at CUB. It is student’s responsibility to bring the documents regarding his completed courses from the previous university for his/her safeguard and shall be submitted separately when needed.




Research & Publication

Waste to Energy Conversion

Md. Kaviul Islam, M. S. Khatun, M. A. Arefin, M. R. Islam, and M. Hassan, “Waste to energy: An experimental study of utilizing the agricultural residue, MSW, and e-waste available in Bangladesh for pyrolysis conversion,” Heliyon, vol. 7, no. May, p. e08530, 2021, doi: 10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e08530.

Performance analysis of a multi-stage tidal wave energy converter

M. Zunaed, Md. Kaviul Islam, M. R. I. Sarker, R. H. Sagar, and N. Kabir, "Performance analysis of a multi-stage tidal wave energy converter," in AIP Conference Proceedings, Feb. 2021, vol. 2324, no. 1, p. 060005, doi: 10.1063/5.0037490.

The impact of covid-19 in the Maritime Economy

Jakir Hosain, Mohammad Tameem Hossain Azmi, Bornali Rahman, “The impact of covid-19 in the Maritime Economy: A study on Bangladesh / Emerging Technologies for Combating Pandemics: AI, IoMT, and Analytics”,M. Rubaiyat Hossain Mondal, Utku Kose, V.B. Surya Prasath, Prajoy Podder, Subrato Bharati and Joarder Kamruzzaman (in Press)

Performance analysis and enhancement of GE LM6000PC gas turbine-based power generation in Bangladesh

M. Hassan, M. Hosen, Md. Kaviul Islam, and M. S. Khatun, "Performance analysis and enhancement of GE LM6000PC gas turbine-based power generation in Bangladesh; An approach to increase the offline water wash cycle interval," in AIP Conference Proceedings, Feb. 2021, vol. 2324, no. 1, p. 060004, doi: 10.1063/5.0037666.

A Stand-Alone Photovoltaic DC Mini-Grid with Novel Semi-Active Hybrid Energy Storage System for Isolated Areas

Md. Pabel Sikder, M.S.A. Khan, M.M. Rahman, Md. Jakir Hosain and Md. Hasanuzzaman et al. “A Stand-Alone Photovoltaic DC Mini-Grid with Novel Semi-Active Hybrid Energy Storage System for Isolated Areas” , IEMPOWER-2021, India.

Real-Time Control System Adopted to Energy Storage for Smart Grid Low Wind Applications

Dr. Shahrukh Adnan Khan, Md. Ashraful Kabir, Muhammad Izuan Fahmi Bin Romli, Jakir Hosain, CV Aravind, “Real-Time Control System Adopted to Energy Storage for Smart Grid Low Wind Applications: A Part of Distributed Renewables in Smart City”, JEST- Journal of Electronic Science & Technology



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Student Scholarship

146000+

Tk. Per Student Scholarship

5568+

Students' Participation Through Events


Our Faculty

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Jakir Hosain

Assistant Professor & Head (Acting)
Canadian University Bangladesh
Master in Port & Shipping Management (BSMRMU)
Bachelor in Maritime Science (Marine Engineering), Bangladesh Marine Academy
Email: jakir.hosain@cub.edu.bd

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Capt. Kazi Ali Imam (On Leave)

M.Sc. World Maritime University (Sweden)
Class 1, Master Mariner, UK

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Mohammad Tameem Hossain Azmi

Senior Lecturer
Canadian University Bangladesh
MBA in Finance & Marketing (NSU)
Bachelor in Maritime Science (Nautical), Bangladesh Marine Academy
Email: tameem.azmi@cub.edu.bd

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Tapas Bhowmik

Lecturer
Canadian University Bangladesh
Master in Port & Shipping Management (BSMRMU)
Bachelor in Maritime Science (Engineering), Bangladesh Marine Academy
Email: tapas.bhowmik@cub.edu.bd

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Bornali Rahman

Lecturer
Canadian University Bangladesh
MSc in Applied Statistics and Data Science (JU)
Master in Port & Shipping Management (BSMRMU)
Bachelor in Maritime Science (Nautical), Bangladesh Marine Academy
Email: bornali.rahman@cub.edu.bd

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Md. Kaviul Islam (On leave)

Lecturer
Canadian University Bangladesh
B Sc. Eng. (Mechanical Engineering, RUET)
External Examiner, BSMRMU
Research Assistant, Mechanical Engineering, RUET
Professional Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Associate Member, IEB
Email: kaviul.islam@cub.edu.bd

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Ehamadul Haque Ani

Lecturer
Canadian University Bangladesh
Master in Environmental Science and Management (NSU)
Bachelor in Maritime Science (Engineering), Bangladesh Marine Academy
Email: ehamadul.haque@cub.edu.bd

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Shamaita Shabnam

Lecturer
Canadian University Bangladesh
Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering, Islamic University of Technology (IUT)
Email: shamaita.shabnam@cub.edu.bd