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Curriculum

Regular Economics Courses

  1. Applied Econometrics 
  2. Intermediate Microeconomics
  3. Intermediate Macroeconomics
  4. International Economics A/B

Maritime Economics Courses

  1. Maritime Economics & Shipping Finance
  2. Port Economics & Management
  3. Economic Aspects of Maritime Law

Choose 1 elective:

  • Industrial Organisation 
  • Shipping Business
  • Shipping Logistics
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Processes & Technology
  • Trade Finance

Non-Credit Courses

  • Ship Broking & Chartering 
  • Shipping Futures, Options & Bunkers Trading 
  • Container Terminal Operations 
  • Shipping Agency & Port Operations 

Experiential Learning 

  • Industry Study Missions
  • Site Visits
  • Internship Opportunites
  • Industry Speaker Series 

MET students are required to complete at least 3 non-credit courses to graduate with a Maritime Economics specialisation.

Last updated on 08 Dec 2016 .