Degrees and Concentrations:

1.     Master of Maritime Business Administration

2.     Master of Intercontinental Transport Administration

3.     Bachelor of Business Administration 

 

1. Master's Degree Program in Maritime Business Administration

 

1.1 Goal:

The goal of creating a master's degree in Maritime Business Administration is to transfer knowledge, skills and prepare students for various professional management jobs in organizations and bodies related to transportation and maritime trade, as well as to continue their doctoral studies in various branches of science, and maritime business administration techniques have been developed.

1.2 Course Length:

The average length of a master's degree in Maritime Business Administration is 2 years. The minimum and maximum permissible duration of this course is in accordance with the regulations of the master's degree course. All theoretical courses, seminars and dissertations are planned for 4 semesters. The length of each semester is 18 weeks (including 16 weeks of education and two weeks of exams). Each theoretical course lasts 16 hours and practical 32 hours.

1.3 Number of Units:

The number of units in this field is 32 as below:

 

Item

Name:

No. of Units

1

Compulsory Specialized Courses

12

2

Elective Courses

12

3

Thesis

6

4

Prerequisite Courses

8

5

Seminar

2

Total

32

 

2. Master's Degree Program in Intercontinental Maritime Transportation Administration

2.1 Goal:

The goal of establishing a master's degree in Intercontinental Transport Administration is to train capable specialists to analyze and effectively manage transport operations at the national and regional and intercontinental levels and to support maritime industry and trade. Graduates of this course can work in government agencies and private institutions related to any mode of transportation, depending on the expected capabilities.

2.2 Course Length:

The average length of a master's degree course in Intercontinental Transportation Management is 2 years, and the minimum and maximum time allowed to complete this course is in accordance with the master's degree regulations. All theoretical courses, seminars and dissertations are planned for 4 semesters. The length of each semester is 18 weeks (including 16 weeks of education and two weeks of exams). Each theoretical course lasts 16 hours and practical 32 hours.

2.3 Number of Units:

The number of units in this field is 32 as below:

 

 

Item

Name:

No. of Units

1

Compulsory Specialized Courses

14

2

Elective Courses

12

3

Thesis

6

4

Prerequisite Courses

2

Total

32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

3. Undergraduate Program in Business Administration

3.1 Goal:

The goal of establishing a bachelor's degree in Business Administration at this university is to train business experts to serve in the maritime, transportation, foreign trade and macro-planning organs of the Islamic Republic and other private and public companies and institutions related to maritime business administration.

3.2 Course Length:

The average length of the undergraduate course in Management is 4 years and all courses are planned for 8 semesters. The length of each semester is 18 weeks (including 16 weeks of education and two weeks of exams). Each theoretical course lasts 16 hours and practical 32 hours.

3.3. Number of Units:

The number of units in this field is 139 as below:

 

Item

Name:

No. of Units

1

General Courses

22

2

Core Courses

38

3

Main Courses

37

4

Elective Courses

6

5

Specialized Courses

36

6

Prerequisite Courses

3

Total

139

 

Head of Maritime Business Administration Department


 

Dr. Hossein Asgaripour

E-mail: askaripoor@cmu.ac.ir
Phone: (+98 54) 31272225

Department Secretary

Ms. Farhour
Phone: (+98 54) 31272098