MS Logistics and Maritime Management
The course is unique in that it combines core business principles in finance, marketing, economics, business law, and strategic management with logistics and maritime industry-specific units of study such as When core business principles are combined with maritime business and logistics, a degree with a strong industry focus is produced. This degree is intended to prepare you for management positions in the fast-paced, globally-focused maritime and logistics industries.
The course is unique in that it combines core business principles in finance, marketing, economics, business law, and strategic management with logistics and maritime industry-specific units of study such as Management of ports and terminals, Management of ship operations and Economics of the seas.
- Maritime Law
- Port and Terminal Management
- Commercial and Transport Law
- Exporting and Importing
- Introduction to the Maritime Industry
- International Business Communication
- BS in Logistics and Maritime Management or any equivalent degree from a recognized institution with a minimum aggregate of 55% marks.
- Passing marks in the entrance exam.
Logistics and Shipping Management is one of the industries that has a well-established career path and is dynamic in its own right. After completing this course, Candidates will be able to find work in shipping companies, ports and harbour trusts, government dockyards, import-export firms, and logistic supply chains. Candidates may also pursue a PhD in Management, a PhD in Supply Chain Management, or an FPM in their chosen subfield.