Master of Science - Maritime Systems

Master of Science - Maritime Systems

The Master of Science in Maritime Systems program requires a total of 30 credits and has been organized to provide today's students with a graduate education in the areas of maritime industry, engineering, and management activities to stimulate and enhance their capacity for success.

There are six areas (tracks) of emphasis for students to develop their knowledge and capabilities including studies focused on environmental issues, management disciplines, marine transportation, security operations and technologies, maritime structures, and systems engineering.

GRE is Preferred for All Applicants

Core Course Requirements for Full Degree

XOE 501 Oceanography
OE 505 Introduction to Maritime Systems
OE 610 Marine Transportation
OE 612 Environmental Issues in Maritime Systems
OE 614 Economic Issues in Maritime Systems

In addition to the core courses, candidates choose five elective courses selected from one of the six engineering and management tracks listed below.

Maritime Security Track
OE 529 Maritime Safety and Security
OE 560 Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
OE 628 Technologies for Maritime Security
OE 626 Port Planning and Development
OE 629 Advanced Maritime Security

Maritime System Engineering Track
EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems
SYS 605 Systems Integration
SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering
SYS 650 System Architecture and Design
OE 626 Port Planning and Development

Maritime Environment Track
EN 545 Environmental Impact Analysis and Planning
EN 549 Environmental Risk Assessment and Management
EN 587 Environmental Law and Management
EN 618 HAZMAT Spill Response Planning
OE 684 Mixing Processes in Inland and Coastal Waters

Maritime Management Track
MGT 607 Managerial Economics
MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management
MGT 630 Global Business and Markets
MGT 641 Marketing Management
MGT 650 International Business Management
MGT 680 Organizational Behavior and Theory

Maritime Transportation Track 
OE 525 Principles of Naval Architecture
OE 626 Port Planning and Development
OE 628 Technologies for Maritime Security
OE 642 Motion of Vessels in Waves
OE 643 Stability and Control of Marine Craft

Maritime Structures Track
OE 520 Design of Marine Structures
CE 530 Nondestructive Evaluation
OE 589 Coastal Engineering
OE 622 Design of Port Structures I
CE 649 Earth Supporting Structures
CE 687 Design of Hydraulic Structures

Four-course Certificate Program options

Maritime Security
OE 529 Maritime Safety and Security
OE 560 Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
OE 628 Technologies for Maritime Security
OE 629 Advanced Maritime Security

Maritime System Management
MGT 607 Managerial Economics
MGT 612 The Human Side of Project Leadership
MGT 630 Global Business and Markets
MGT 680 Organizational Behavior and Theory

Maritime Structures
OE 520 Design of Marine Structures
OE 589 Coastal Engineering
OE 622 Design of Port Structures I

Maritime Transportation
OE 525 Principles of Naval Architecture
OE 610 Marine Transportation
OE 642 Motion of Vessels in Waves
OE 643 Stability and Control of Marine Craft

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