Maritime Security Graduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate program is currently unavailable during the 2018/2019 academic year. Interested students, and industry and government personnel can contact Beth Austin-DeFares, MSC Director of Education at [email protected]
The objectives of this four course, 12-credit program are to provide the student with the operational and technological skills to deal with the international safety and security issues facing the Marine Transportation System (MTS). The student's perspective may be that of a vessel or port operator, port authority, or military or governmental security agency. Risk-based analyses are performed to assess concerns related to vessel and shore labor practices, navigational security and safety including cargo (e.g., oil spills) and vessel traffic (e.g., collisions). Acoustic and electromagnetic sensor and security technologies are studied, with a focus on their application to various security threat scenarios, including terrorism, piracy, and crime.
- OE 529 Maritime Safety and Security
- OE 560 Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
- OE 628 Technologies for Maritime Security
- OE 629 Advanced Maritime Security
Credits earned in the Maritime Security Graduate Certificate program can be applied toward a master's degree at Stevens Institute of Technology.
Professional Development Short Course
The Center can provide technology-focused courses in convenient, flexible delivery formats tailored to maritime security practitioners and maritime industry and government professionals. Courses are delivered by the Center's researchers.
For more information, contact: Beth Austin-DeFares, Director of Education, at [email protected] / 201.216.5362.