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Masters & Commander Program 2012 - 2014

Masters in Global Logistics and Maritime Management 
PLUS 200-ton USCG License

Masters degree courses are in blue and undergraduate courses in black
(Note: Bachelor's Degree required for admission)

Pre-Requisite:
A BACHELOR'S DEGREE from an accredited institution. Please see “Admissions Requirements & Procedures” in the LSS Catalog for additional policy information.

A total of 78 credit hours of graduate and undergraduate courses are required to complete the Masters and Commander Program. The Masters of Science degree (Global Logistics & Maritime Management) and the opportunity to sit for the 200-ton United States Coast Guard exam credits shall be earned as follows:
36 Graduate credits as shown on page 1 above and also below:

  • 4 credit hours earned in mid-August Business Orientation courses
  • 26 credit hours of required core and specialized courses with research approaches and methods in two traditional semesters
  • 6 credit hours of courses in a 6 week-May/June Integrating Experience module
    Plus

42 undergraduate SVO credits as described below:

 
AUGUST (LAST TWO WEEKS OF AUGUST)
Course #   Course Name Credits
OR503   Introductions to Research and Resources 1
OR504   Introduction to Business & Management Functions 1
OR505   Statistics for Business and Logistics 2
      4 Graduate Credits

FALL - FIRST SEMESTER
Course # Course Name Credits
BA542 Accounting and Finance for International Logistics 3
BA546 Fundamentals of International Logistics 3
RC540 Applied Research for Business Consulting 1
NS101 INTRODUCTION TO NAUTICAL SCIENCE & LAB 2
NS103 INTRO TO VESSEL OPERATION & LAB 2
NS132 SMALL CRAFT TECHNOLOGY & LAB 3
NS135 SMALL CRAFT CONSTRUCTION & LAB 3
PE100 BASIC SAILING 0.5
PE114 OCEAN SURVIVAL 0.5
11 Undergraduate Credits 7 Graduate Credits

SPRING - SECOND SEMESTER
Course #  Course Name Credits
BA547 Global Strategic Marketing Management for Supply Chain Advantage 3
BA548 Applied Logistics for International Supply Chain Success 3
BA551 Port and Transport Terminal Operations in Global Logistics 3
NS221 METEOROLOGY 3
NS241 SEAMANSHIP & LAB 2
USCG1       FIRE FIGHTING                                                                                        0
5 Undergraduate Credits 9 Graduate Credits

SUMMER - FIRST MAY/JUNE SEMESTER (Six Weeks)
Course # Course Name Credits
BA560 Global Logistics & Maritime Management Strategy 3
BA561 Special Topics in Global Logistics & Maritime Management 3
CO223 SVO Co-Op  3
3 Undergraduate Credits 6 Graduate Credits

FALL - THIRD SEMESTER
Course # Course Name Credits  
BA545 International Organizational Development & Change for Supply Chain Advantage 3  
BA549 Quantitative Methods for Business and Logistics 3  
NS122 CARGO I 3  
NS232 MARINE SYSTEMS & LAB 3  
NS271 TERRESTRIAL NAVIGATION I 3  
NS272 TERRESTRIAL NAVIGATION I LAB 1  
10 Undergraduate Credits 6 Graduate Credits

SPRING - FOURTH SEMESTER
Course # Course Name Credits
BA544 Economics and Risk Mangaement for Global Transportation and Logistics 3
BA550 Applied Management for International Business and Logistics 1
OC101 INTRO TO OCEAN SCIENCE & LAB 3
NS262 NAVIGATION RULES I 3
NS292 ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION & LAB 3
YO298 TOPICS IN SMALL VESSEL OPERATIONS 2
YO299 200 TON LICENSE SEMINAR 1
12 Undergraduate Credits 4 Graduate Credits


41 Undergraduate Credits 36 Graduate Credits
SUMMER - SECOND MAY/JUNE SEMESTER    
Course # Course Name Credits  
USCG 200 ton exam 0

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