Length of Study:
May 15 (fall)
September 15 (winter)
January 15 (spring)
Did you know the Marine Institute is a pioneer in degree studies for the maritime sector? The Master of Maritime Management (MMM) opens further opportunities for marine professionals to advance in their careers. This program will provide you with a broad understanding of the structure and operation of organizations and the factors that influence business decisions in the context of maritime-based organizations. Build your potential to become a leader in the global marine industry. You will focus on maritime management as you develop a knowledge and understanding of the nature of technical operations and the factors that have an impact on their success, as well as the ability to apply these concepts within your organization.
This online program will require successful completion of 30 credit hours of maritime and business management course work. These include two core cores with the option to complete eight elective courses or six elective courses and a project in maritime management. New students are accepted into the program, in fall, winter and spring semesters.
Admission to the program is competitive. Professionals working in or intending to enter maritime management careers, who are considering this program, must meet the general admission requirements of Memorial University's School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also have an undergraduate degree with appropriate maritime sector and business management course work. A minimum of two years related employment experience is also normally required.