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3 BSc Programs in Management Studies Maritime Management 2024

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    BSc Programs in Management Studies Maritime Management

    Generally awarded after three to five years of study, a Bachelor of Science (BSc) is an undergraduate degree that prepares students for a wide variety of fulfilling and high-paying careers. The degree is also usually required before advancing to graduate study.

    What is a BSc in Maritime Management? Students who earn this degree typically learn business administration and management specifically related to the maritime industry. Depending on the program, coursework could include logistics, maritime law, maritime finance, transport planning, green shipping, risk management, port management, and other related areas. Worldwide shipping, global ports, and the vast marine environment can make maritime management a challenging and rewarding area of study.

    In studying maritime management, students may hone leadership, communication and creative thinking skills. These skills, which are often highly sought after by employers, can be applied to management opportunities both within and outside of the maritime sector.

    The cost of obtaining a bachelor of science degree varies based on the program. Maritime management programs may be offered throughout the world, both in-person and online. Given the variety of options, it is best to check with the admissions office to learn about costs of the program.

    Careers in maritime management are generally wide reaching, with opportunities on land and at sea all around the world. With an increasingly globalized world, the need for trained maritime professionals continues to grow. In addition to careers at sea as onboard officers, graduates with a BSc in Maritime Management also thrive in land-based careers in port and terminal management and with shipping companies, logistics providers and insurance companies. The public sector also employs graduates in transportation agencies and marine departments as directors of safety and compliance, managers of fleet operations, and field service representatives.

    The maritime industry is typically a global employer, which means online programs in maritime management may be offered around the world to meet the needs of the industry. To get started, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.