Last edit: 23/11/2012
Naval Architecture at KTH is a two-year (120 university credits) master program on the advanced level (second cycle) starting every year in late August. The instruction language is English. The program contains a naval architecture specific core, which covers the international understanding of the theoretical contents of a master program in naval architecture. In addition to the core each student also choose one out of five different tracks – Lightweight Structures, Fluid Mechanics, Sound & Vibration, Management, and Sustainable Development. There are also a large set of elective courses, which enables complementation or further specialization in naval architecture theory and application and in the profile areas or generalization and broadening of the education depending on the preferences of the individual student.