Master in Marine Engineering Management
Recent developments in local and overseas markets for postgraduate engineering programmes have led to a significant increase in the demand for M.Sc. programmes in engineering disciplines with management focus.
The aim of the M.Sc. in Engineering Management (Marine) is to provide a flexible Masters level programme attractive to a wide market, which offers a unique blend of Marine Engineering, Management and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) directly relevant to the challenges facing the international maritime industry in the 21st Century.
In order to complete the Postgraduate Degree in Marine Engineering Management by the University of Greenwich, students must complete eight core modules and an individual project (under the guidance of a designated supervisor). The students are formally registered as students of the University of Greenwich.
- Research Methodology– 15 credits
- Advanced Principles of Supply Chain Management– 15 credits
- Environmental Engineering – 15 credits
- Marine Engineering Law and Marine Insurance– 15 credits
- Commercial Management of Ships– 15 credits
- Strategy and Management– 15 credits
- Marine Engineering Economics and Business– 15 credits
- Engineering Management of Vessels and Fleets – 15 credits
- Individual Project– 60 credits
One year (full-time).
Two years (part-time).
The programme takes a strategic perspective of the maritime industry and places emphasis on the skills required for achieving the highest positions within this exciting industry.
On completion of this programme, graduates will have a detailed knowledge of the field of general management of maritime organizations and companies including: shipowning and shipmanagement companies, liner agents, freight forwarders, coastguard agencies, port authorities, shipbroking houses, classification societies etc.
They will have the academic knowledge and skills base to operate as an effective professional engineer in the area of marine engineering management; and have achieved an academic base that will contribute towards the requirements for registration as a Chartered Engineer (CEng).