Maritime Management

Master of Maritime Management
Skills and Interests

You’re looking for an innovative program providing professional development opportunities for career-minded professionals in the maritime industry.

Work Environment

Maritime-related industries and government agencies.

Program Location:

Delivered entirely online

Program Length:

30 credit hours of course work including a major project and report, or 30 credit hours of course work


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Application Deadline:

Fall Admission:  May 15
Winter Admission: September 15
Spring Admission: January 15

For More Information:

Maritime Management - Master's Degree brochure

Program Description

The Master of Maritime Management (MMM) is an innovative program, the first of its kind in Canada, providing professional development opportunities for working, career-minded professionals.

The online program helps provide the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively manage the diversity of operations found in the challenging maritime sector. This program is offered fully online, and applicants from the global community are invited to apply.

Program Structure

Option 1 requires two core courses (6 credit hours), 6 elective courses (18 credit hours), including major project and report.

Option 2 requires two core courses (6 credit hours), 8 elective courses (24 credit hours).

Admission Requirements

To be considered for admission to the program an applicant will normally possess a second class or better undergraduate degree from a university of recognized standing and will normally have:

  • A Memorial University Bachelor of Maritime Studies or Bachelor of Technology, or a comparable undergraduate degree with appropriate maritime sector and business management course work; and
  • Appropriate technical knowledge and relevant marine sector employment experience.

Please refer to the Memorial University Calendar for descriptions and regulations for this program.

What Alumni Say

"I had a very positive experience and got a lot out of it. I would recommend it to others involved in the marine industry."

-Captain Stephen Coady
MI Graduate