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Massachusetts Maritime Academy - Program - Undergraduate Minor International Maritime Business - Program - Undergraduate Minor
For seagoing majors who plan to start a shore-based career, those interested in a graduate degree in business or law, or for those inclined toward entrepreneurial ventures; the IMB minor provides a basic business background with a specialization in the shipping industry. We recommend that you start the minor in your junior year, but if you have excellent academic standing, an earlier start is possible.

Required Courses

  • IM-2121: Principles of Accounting I
  • IM-2211: The Business of Shipping
  • IM-4112: International Business & Ocean Shipping
Group A Courses (select 1)
  • IM-2221: Principles of Accounting II (EM majors)
  • IM-3131: Principles of Finance (non-EM majors)
  • IM-3133: Finance I
Group B Courses (select 2)
  • IM-1211: Organization Management
  • IM-2221: Principles of Accounting II (non-EM majors)
  • IM-3111: Transportation Operations Management
  • IM-3241: Principles of Marketing
  • IM-4151: Global Business Logistics
  • SM-2117: Quantitative Methods for Business
  • SS-2131: Microeconomics
Note: This program of study is as published in the 2012-13 College Catalog.

In the College Catalog, you will also be able to get course descriptions.

last updated 4-25-13 by pszwed@maritime.edu