Online Programs Designed to Fit Your Schedule
M.S. in Maritime Management – 100% Online

Complete your Masters in as few as 12 months
Multiple Start Dates
Customize your Coursework with Specialized Concentrations

The Loeb-Sullivan School’s M.S. degree programs are designed to equip students for the dynamic challenges of overseeing logistics operations in global supply chains across diverse industries. Our curriculum empowers students to study, analyze, and evaluate the seamless flow of goods, customer service, finance, and information—from suppliers to the ultimate consumer. Our courses, taught exclusively by industry-experienced faculty, emphasize emerging concepts in global marketing, sourcing, inventory, distribution, and transportation management.

Furthermore, our programs provide a robust business foundation encompassing economics and financial accounting. Graduates emerge from the program with the knowledge and confidence to adeptly represent their company, making meaningful contributions to its strategic effectiveness. Accessible from anywhere and at any time, our courses ensure flexibility without compromising the quality of education.

Duration: as few as 12 months | Credit Hours: 30+

*The Small Vessel Operations Concentration is a hybrid program. This two-year program meets Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) requirements; therefore, on-campus coursework will start in the fall of each year. You may begin the online coursework at the start of any enrollment cycle.

Apply by
5/3/24
7/19/24
9/27/24
Start class
5/20/24
8/5/24
10/14/24

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Alumni Perspective

Ellen Reynolds ’16
Major:
International Logistics Management
Hometown:
Hope, ME
I appreciated the faculty’s wealth of knowledge; I found their teaching styles to be exceptional and I appreciated the level of challenge that the program presented.
Ellen Reynolds Photo

Upon completion of the M.S. degree in Maritime Management, you will possess the skills required to excel in various roles, including:

  • logistics analysts
  • vice presidents of logistics and supply chain management
  • chief operating officers
  • supply chain managers
  • fleet managers
  • warehouse operations managers
  • storage and distribution managers
  • global logistics managers
  • procurement managers
  • acquisition project analysts
  • logistics managers
  • supply chain analysts
  • facilities managers
  • manager
  • director
  • vice president in logistics
  • production operations
  • procurement
  • inventory management
  • port and terminal operations
  • supply chain project management
  • import and export
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About Maritime Academy Online

Advance your career into leadership positions in logistics and supply chain management across global industries through the online master’s degree in Maritime Management with a concentration in International Logistics Management. Anticipate the rapid growth of global trade in goods and services in the coming years. The field will expand in tandem with the rise of international trade, offering significant advantages to individuals with a concentration in international logistics management.

Embark on this online graduate program from anywhere, at any time — completing your master’s degree in as little as 12 months. No prior business education or experience is necessary.

NECHE-Accredited

Maine Maritime is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), a nonprofit, non-governmental membership organization. NECHE accreditation is the regionally recognized standard and marks a solid academic program.

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For help with any questions you have, call: 207-326-2620