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Bachelor of Maritime Operations (Hons) (A10121)

Since its establishment in 2004, the focus of UniKL MIMET was purely in the area of Marine Engineering Technology. Realizing that the maritime sector is a broad sector and cover other areas such as maritime transport, logistics, off-shore industry and their supporting services, the institute had taken the initiative to develop a programme in Maritime Operations with the support from industrial experts representing government maritime law enforcement agency, shipping, seaport, and shipbuilding & ship repair industries in 2008. This is also in tandem with the Malaysian government initiative to progressively liberalise the maritime transport services, maritime cargo handling, freight transport agency, maritime agency services, and vessels salvage and re-floating services that would translate the maritime sector into a more dynamic and competitive sector.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
PEO1 Are knowledgeable, competent, and innovative, which will contribute towards the human capital in the marine related industry.
PEO2 Have effective leadership and team work skills as well as verbal, non-verbal and interpersonal communication skills to support their role in industry.
PEO3 Are committed to the importance of lifelong learning and continuous improvement.
PEO4 Will practice professionalism with ethics and social responsibility.
PEO5 Are capable of embarking on business and technopreneurial activities.
Programme Learning Outcome (PLO)

The students of Bachelor of Maritime Operations (HONS), upon graduation will be able to:

PLO1 Apply knowledge of basic ocean science, nautical science and management fundamentals in maritime activities.
PLO2 Demonstrate knowledge, understanding and application of management operation principles and state-of the art maritime technology tools.
PLO3 Solve problems through the integration of knowledge of mathematics, ocean science, ship technology, information and communication technology (ICT) and management science.
PLO4 Demonstrate the ability to utilise a systems approach in evaluating operational performance.
PLO5 Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern management tools, including prediction and modelling, to broadly define operational activities in the maritime sector.
PLO6 Function effectively as an individual, and as a member in diverse technical teams.
PLO7 Communicate effectively on broadly defined maritime activities with the maritime community and with society at large, by being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive instructions.
PLO8 Demonstrate understanding of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities and norms of the practices in the maritime industry.
PLO9 Understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of maritime industry practice.
PLO10 Understand the impact of maritime industrial activities in a societal context and demonstrate knowledge of and the need for sustainable development.
PLO11 Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of management, business practices, and technopreneurial competencies.
PLO12 Recognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning.



Prospective undergraduates will be offered courses/subjects in five sub-areas namely Maritime Transport Management, Seaport Operations, Maritime Law Enforcement, Business Management, as well as Marine Technology and Ocean Sciences. The amalgamation of the five sub-areas is meant to provide adequate knowledge to prospective BMO graduates to venture into the employment areas of shipping management, sea port operations, shipping & forwarding agencies, government law enforcement agencies, shipyard administration, and other maritime ancillary services.