The Master of Marine Management degree offered by Dalhousie University is of interest to students with a strong academic record planning a career in marine affairs, managers employed in the public and private sectors with responsibilities in marine affairs, individuals aspiring to commence or strengthen their academic or teaching careers, and community organisers wishing to further their understanding of marine affairs in order to benefit their communities.
The Master of Marine Management is a professional, non-thesis and interdisciplinary degree program offering required classes in the marine and social sciences as well as a choice of electives from approved marine-related classes. The subject areas addressed include coastal zone management, sea use planning, fisheries management, marine law and policy, maritime transport, development of non-living resources, protection and preservation of the coastal and marine environment, coastal tourism, maritime enforcement, and conflict management. Students are also required to prepare a graduate research project with an emphasis on planning.
Marine Affairs Mission Statement
The MAP Mission, with its emphasis on education, research and service, will create an inquiring and stimulating learning environment that supports the Dalhousie Faculty of Management’s vision of "Management Without Borders" by building on extensive global-to-local marine management networks.
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- Marine Management Tools & Techniques
- Contemporary Issues in Ocean and Coastal Management
- Marine Science and Technology
- Coastal Zone Management
- Fisheries Management
- 24 months
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DisciplinesMaster in Management (MIM) Marine Engineering View 8 other Masters in Marine Engineering in Canada
- Four-year Bachelor’s degree
- Degree granted by university of recognized standing
- Complete the graduate application form (online application)
- Pay $115 application fee
- An official academic transcript and degree certificate (if degree conferral not stated on Transcripts) for each post-secondary institution attended
- Two academic reference letters
International13077 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 13077 CAD per year during 24 months.
National9753 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 9753 CAD per year during 24 months.
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