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6 Degree Program Regulations
6.1 Bachelor of Maritime Studies
6.1.1 Maritime Management Major
  • A student must complete 39 credit hours in addition to the work which was required under their category of admission.

  • The required and elective courses are listed in Table 2 Bachelor of Maritime Studies - Maritime Management Major.

  • A maximum of 9 transfer credit hours applicable to the degree may be used to meet the degree requirements.

  • When transfer credit has been granted for a course(s) taken to satisfy the requirements for admission, a student must take an additional elective University course(s).

  • To meet the academic requirements for a Bachelor of Maritime Studies a candidate shall successfully complete the following program with a minimum overall average of 60% and a minimum numeric grade of 50% in each course required for the degree unless stated otherwise within the course description.

  • A student must take 39 credit hours with 21 credit hours from the required courses and 18 credit hours from the electives.

  • At least three electives must be chosen from Group A and at least one elective must be chosen from Group B listed in Table 2 Bachelor of Maritime Studies - Maritime Management Major

Table 2 Bachelor of Maritime Studies - Maritime Management Major

Required Courses

Group A Electives

Group B Electives

  • 3 credit hours in a Critical Reading and Writing (CRW) course or 3 credit hours in English at the 1000 level (excluding English 1020 and 1021)
  • MARI 4001
  • MARI 4002
  • MARI 4103
  • MARI 4105
  • MARI 4106
  • TECH 4025 or Statistics 1510 or 2500 or equivalent
6.1.2 Safety Management Major
  • A student must complete 39 credit hours in addition to the work which was required under their category of admission.

  • The required and elective courses are listed in Table 3 Bachelor of Maritime Studies - Safety Management Major.

  • When transfer credit has been granted for a course(s) taken to satisfy the requirements for admission, a student must take an additional elective University course(s).

  • To meet the academic requirements for a Bachelor of Maritime Studies a student shall successfully complete the program with a minimum overall average of 60% and a minimum numeric grade of 50% in each course required for the degree unless stated otherwise within the course description.

  • A student must take 39 credit hours with 27 credit hours from the required courses and 12 credit hours from the electives.

  • At least two electives must be chosen from Group A and at least one elective must be chosen from Group B listed in Table 3 Bachelor of Maritime Studies - Safety Management Major.

Table 3 Bachelor of Maritime Studies - Safety Management Major

Required Courses

Group A Electives

Group B Electives

  • 3 credit hours in a Critical Reading and Writing (CRW) course or 3 credit hours in English at the 1000 level (excluding English 1020 and 1021)
  • MARI 4004
  • MARI 4101
  • MARI 4103
  • MARI 4104
  • MARI 4107
  • MARI 4109
  • MARI 4110
  • MARI 4111
6.1.3 Safety Management Minor
  1. A student who is completing a degree program which provides for the completion of a Minor may complete a Minor in Safety Management.

  2. Declaration of the Minor in Safety Management may be made at the time of application to the University or by means of the Declaration/Change of Academic Program form following admission to the University.

  3. A maximum of 9 credit hours from the Major may be used to satisfy the requirements of the Minor.

  4. A Minor in Safety Management shall be comprised of the following Safety Management courses: MARI 4004, 4101, 4104, 4107, 4109, 4110 and 4111 as well as 3 credit hours chosen from MARI courses within the Group A Electives in Table 3 Bachelor of Maritime Studies - Safety Management Major.

  5. A student who has taken courses appropriate to their Minor at another university is required to complete at least 15 credit hours in courses from the Minor subject at this University.