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The MSc, or Master of Science, is an internationally recognized academic degree that indicates proficiency and knowledge of a given topic or field. Most MSc programs take about four years to finish, after which some join the workforce while others continue on in the classroom.
In order to teach logistics management and strategy effectively, shipping management coursework typically covers transportation policies, international trade, and shipping operations management. A background in analytical problem solving, finance, and macroeconomics is also helpful.
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The Master's degree programme in Shipping and Port Engineering is designed to prepare highly qualified specialists and researchers able to engage in the intellectual and creative activity and to create favorable conditions for individuals to acquire a university master's degree, based on research and complying to a high technological level.
The Program offers intellectually challenging courses with a diversity of learning experiences that aim to provide you with the skills and knowledge to operate competently within the maritime industry.
The Interdepartmental MSc in International Shipping, Finance, and Management (ISFM) comprises a unique combination of the three knowledge areas in its title, which are essential for those employed or are interested to find work in the International Shipping industry.
The Master of Science Shipping and Transport is a management program for maritime professionals who wish to pursue a management career in the exciting international world of shipping and transport.
The Part-time Master of Science Shipping and Transport is a management program designed for maritime professionals who wish to combine their career with further higher education.