Marine Institute - Graduate for Winter 2023

MARI6001
Statistics and Research Design for Maritime Studies


CRN: 95341
Instructor(s): Sanli, Elizabeth


Description
provides students with an understanding of when, where, and how to use statistical techniques relevant to research in maritime studies. Research design, display and analysis of data, as well as reporting and interpreting results are extensively discussed.

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MARI6041
Marine Policy


CRN: 98418
Instructor(s): McCarter, Philip S


Description
This course deals with aspects of national and international marine policy as it impacts upon the management of marine operations. It includes the examination of the roles of the International Maritime Organization and other international and national agencies; environmental and safety issues; and quality issues. CR: The former MSTM 6041

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MARI6042
Business of Shipping/Transportation of Goods


CRN: 98875
Instructor(s): Azizan, Hajimatt


Description
This course examines the Canadian and international shipping business. It will include an examination of shipping operations, ship finance, marine markets, safety and security issues, and the transportation of goods. The issues are addressed from a holistic business management perspective. CR: The former MSTM 6042

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MARI6050
Maritime HSEQ


CRN: 94701
Instructor(s): Bulman, Philip


Description
examines the roles and responsibilities of a Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) department within a shipping company. Students will understand the importance of recognizing and serving the human element in relation to industry operations and critical incidents. Students will examine the HESQ manager's role in supporting operations, often in the center of the interface between high-paced marine operations and organized labour. This course exposes students to the delicate balance and dynamics between operations and HSEQ especially when a company's HSEQ model is step-changing upwards beyond regulatory compliance. CR: The former MSTM 6050

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MSTM6001
Fisheries Ecology


CRN: 89087
Instructor(s): Lawson, Jack Warren; Hamilton, Charmain D


Description
This course is designed to give participants an understanding of fisheries science and ecology, focusing on global species of commercial value. Specifically, it will examine various species, how they interact with their biotic and abiotic environment, how we study them, and how human activities have affected their population structure and environment. It will also consider the impacts of commercial production technology for both wild and farmed species. CR: The former FRM 6001

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MSTM6004
Fisheries Policy and Planning


CRN: 81787
Instructor(s): Butler, Derek Ernest


Description
Fisheries Policy and Planning will introduce students to the parameters surrounding the formulation of fisheries policy and the considerations that enable the planning process. Students will gain insight into the mechanisms that contribute to policy development as well as the intended and unintended outcomes of the fisheries planning and policy process. The course is divided into three parts. Part I will focus on sources and instruments that drive policy development in democratic societies and provide the legal and political origins of the planning and policy framework in an international context. Part II will explore current issues such the role of science, monitoring , control and surveillance and resource allocation, and finally Part III special topics such aquaculture, fisheries certification and recreational fisheries.

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MSTM6005
Overview of World Fisheries


CRN: 94687
Instructor(s): Rideout, Keith M


Description
This course is designed to give participants an understanding of the interconnected and global nature of fisheries worldwide. The course will provide students with an historical overview of fisheries evolution in the main international fishing regions with a view to understanding the current state of fisheries production including both wild fish capture fisheries and aquaculture industries. The course will also examine current international production statistics and trends from countries and regions worldwide. The national and international implications of fishery production levels with a view to future trends and production predictions, as well, an examination of integrated management systems will be undertaken to assist in understanding the national implications of world fisheries trends.

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MSTM6006
Business Management for Fisheries


CRN: 96969
Instructor(s): Milley, Noel C


Description
This course is designed to provide an overview of fisheries management and of the business management discipline. It will allow students to gain an appreciation for the forces operating in the environment (biological, human, economic, political) as such forces influence the management of a fisheries enterprise and to identify the stakeholders in the business enterprise system and to understand how they are influenced by the fisheries business, or how they influence fisheries management. Students will be exposed to the idea that there are many sides to an issue and that decision making in a business environment is complicated and difficult. Students will be encouraged to think critically about management by evaluating the current strategies and operating problems of local fisheries enterprises. Students will be provided with practical methods, techniques and concepts for managing and owning a fisheries business. CR: The former FRM 6006

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MSTM6007
Fisheries Technology


CRN: 97661
Instructor(s): Araya Schmidt, Tomas Enrique


Description
This course will focus on wild fish capture technology and its impacts on the sustainability of marine ecosystems as well as fishery management and regulatory strategies. The course will review all active and passive commercial fishing gears and an examination of the conservation strategies employed by commercial fishing technologies will be undertaken. The effect of modern fishing gear engineering and the need for global responsible fishing practices will be the specific focus of the course learning objectives.

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MSTM6013
Resource/Natural Environment and Ocean Use characterization


CRN: 87207
Instructor(s): Andrews, Evan


Description
The course will address identification and characterization of resource/natural environment features and the nature of ocean (including coastal) use patterns as a fundamental component of integrated coastal and ocean management/marine spatial planning. The course will examine key natural environmental features/processes of coastal and ocean areas, coastal and ocean resources, as well as how numerous sectors and interests utilize/value coastal and ocean space. Aspects such as ecologically and biologically significant areas, strategic environmental and risk assessment and planning related characterization efforts internationally, nationally and regionally will be included.

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TECH6022
Communication and Conflict Resolution in a Technical Environment


CRN: 97004
Instructor(s): Stamp-Nunes, Heather Elizabeth


Description
This course provides participants with an understanding of the basic principles of conflict resolution, negotiation, and effective communication and interpersonal skills. The skills taught will enable students to diagnose, understand and accept a role in the negotiation and management of conflicts between individuals and groups in an organizational context; to investigate and solve problems and manage conflicts within the workplace. CR: The former MSTM 6022

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TECH6023
Strategic Planning, Policy, Participation and Management in Technical Operations


CRN: 94711
Instructor(s): Caines, Susan


Description
This course is designed to give participants an understanding of the strategic planning and policy development needs and functions of an organization. The course will examine current concepts, approaches and, specifically the critical role of managers and leaders in the areas of planning, policy development, problem solving and decision making. Strategic planning and policy development in the business must be led by managers who provide overall vision, coordination, decisions on allocation of resources, communication and ongoing commitment, evaluation and support. CR: The former MSTM 6023

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TECH6030
Principles of Management for Engineering Technology Enterprises


CRN: 94775
Instructor(s): Caines, Susan


Description
introduces students to core competencies for the effective management of a technology-based enterprise. Students will explore the essentials of human resource management, performance management, financial operations, marketing and workplace ethics for engineering technology- and maritime- based enterprises. CR: The former MSTM 6030

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TECH6031
Overview of Technical Operations


CRN: 94777
Instructor(s): Strickland, Jim


Description
This course provides students with a management approach to the fundamental aspects of production and/or service delivery systems of organizations in concert with marketing, human resources, finance, and information systems. Students will review management decision making processes including day-to-day operating decisions such as inventory and quality control to long-term strategic decisions such as capacity and location planning. CR: The former MSTM 6031

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TECH6032
Technological Innovation and Development


CRN: 94779
Instructor(s): Pendergast, Shawn Christopher


Description
This course provides students with an understanding of managerial practices and tools associated with technological innovation. The course focuses on process and implementation for both incremental and radical innovation and addresses strategic, organizational and managerial issues associated with new, established, small or large organizations. CR: The former MSTM 6032

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TECH6033
Quality Systems


CRN: 98858
Instructor(s): Johnson, Ronald


Description
The course provides students with an understanding of several key concepts related to quality management including TQM (total quality management); ISO 9000; the role of management; customer focus (internal and external); employee empowerment; and benchmarking. Continual improvement techniques and strategies including SPC (statistical process control); six sigma; Kaizen approach and CEDAC system will be explored. The contributions of various quality pioneers including Deming, Juran and Crosby will be discussed. CR: The former MSTM 6033

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TECH6034
Project Management in the Offshore, Health, Fisheries and Engineering Technology Environments


CRN: 94781
Instructor(s): Ryan, Paul


Description
This course will include an overview of project management. It will include presentations, discussions, and case-based analysis around project planning and monitoring; resource planning, budgeting and cost controls; assessing and managing risks; managing team work; effective communications; quality control; and negotiations and contracts. CR: The former MSTM 6034

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TECH6037
Risk Analysis and Operations in the Engineering Technology Sector


CRN: 94787
Instructor(s): Way, Brent Charles


Description
This course focuses on enterprise risk management methodologies and their application, including alignment with strategic objectives; risk identification and analysis; risk management tools; risk mitigation; and strategic emergency planning. CR: The former MSTM 6037

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TECH6052
Management of Intellectual Property


CRN: 97663
Instructor(s): Whalen, Nicholas Julian


Description
Intellectual Property (IP), as a strategic corporate asset has become a key factor in modern knowledge-based organizations. This course will consider the Intellectual Property tools necessary to effectively protect IP. Furthermore, this course will discuss the best strategies and approaches for value creation through the use of Intellectual Property Rights. CR: The former MSTM 6052

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TECH6100
Project in Engineering Technology, Applied Science and Technology Management (6 credit hours)


CRN: 94820
Instructor(s): Ryan, Paul


Description
Students will choose a topic in consultation with the Academic Director and Project Supervisor. Students will work independently to carry out an in-depth study of a problem or application within the area of technology management and fully document and present their findings. Preferably the problem will be directly related to a workplace situation. The resulting capstone paper will be evaluated by two examiners. CR: The former MSTM 6100 Note, former title was “Project in Engineering and Applied Science Technology Management”

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TECH610A
Rsch Proj Tech Mgmt


CRN: 98404
Instructor(s): Ryan, Paul

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TECH610B
Rsch Proj Tech Mgmt


CRN: 98406
Instructor(s): Ryan, Paul

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