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Samuel Pecota, Associate Professor and Chair of Cal Maritime's Marine Transportation Department, provides an overview of the school MT major program - the coursework requirements, training cruises, internships with business and industry and the career opportunities upon graduation.
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An informative video for Maritime Courses offered at the Holy Cross of Davao College, Inc. The institution offers Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation (BSMT) which covers the 3 year Academic stay at the institution and 1 year Apprenticeship at any chosen sponsorship or shipping company. Also, the institution offers Enhance Support Level Program - Marine Deck (ESLP-MD) for 2 year Academic stay at the institution. The Holy Cross of Davao College, Inc. is the only Catholic Institution to offer Maritime Courses which was also accredited by many accrediting bodies; be it international and local. A training center was also attached to the umbilical cord of the institution that offers training for seafarers and aspirants. The Maritime Training Center Office was located at the premise ...
Established in 1820 by Spanish Royal decree as the Escuela Nautica de Manila. Renamed during the American occupation as the Nautical School of the Philippine Islands in 1899 and again as the Philippine Nautical School in 1900. It was closed in 1907 due to lack of budgetary support from the Insular Government but was re-opened in 1913 as the Nautical Department of the Philippine School of Arts and Trades. In 1918, it was re-established as the Philippine Nautical School and transferred to its own campus at Roberts Street in Pasay. In 1963, it was converted into the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy by virtue of RA 3680. The Academy was transferred to Fort Bonifacio in 1968. After three decades in Fort Bonifacio, it was again transferred to its current site at San Narciso, Zambales in 1998.