Marine Institute - Undergraduate for Winter 2020

MARI4002
The Business of Shipping


CRN: 92694
Instructor(s): Parsons, James R

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MARI4101
Maritime OSH ( Leg & Reg )


CRN: 92698
Instructor(s): Hopkins, Curtis

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MARI4103
Adv Communications Mar Sector


CRN: 92690
Instructor(s): McCulloch, Christopher A

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MARI4106
Ship Operations Management


CRN: 92692
Instructor(s): Rouzbeh, Reza

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MARI4107
Communications&Conflict Mgmt


CRN: 92700
Instructor(s): Curtis, Shelly Lynn

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MARI4111
Incident/Acc Invest Mar Sector


CRN: 92702
Instructor(s): Bulman, Philip

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MARI4113
Maritime Security Management


CRN: 92704
Instructor(s): TBA

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MIPG4100M
Quality Management


CRN: 92902
Instructor(s): Durnford, Edward A D


Description
Core Course (required by all) Practitioners in corporate settings will find this course a useful guide to understanding and implementing total quality in existing organizations. The course focuses primarily on the theories, principles, and various elements within the total quality approach to quality management. Topics include: Total Quality Approach to Quality Management Quality and Global Competitiveness, Strategic Management, Planning and Execution for Competitive Advantage, Quality Management, Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility, Partnering and Strategic Alliances, Quality Culture: Leadership and Change, Customer Satisfaction, Retention, and Loyalty, Employee Empowerment Team Building and Teamwork, Effective Communication, Education and Training, ISO 9000 and Total Quality: The Relationship, Overview of Total Quality Tools, Continual Improvement, Implementing Total Quality.

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MIPG4101M
Technical Communication for Quality Management


CRN: 92904
Instructor(s): Peach, Aaron


Description
Elective Courses (three required) This course is intended to enable students to enhance their technical communication skills. Students will apply technical communication fundamentals to the development of technical proposals, reports, presentations, and documents, preferably related to quality management, if possible. Topics include: Technical Communication Technical Research Technical Proposals Technical Applications Technical Reports Technical Graphics Technical Presentations

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MIPG4106M
Project Management Fundamentals


CRN: 92903
Instructor(s): TBA


Description
This is a course in the fundamentals of the profession of Project Management. The objective of this course is to introduce students to the processes and tools involved in initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing projects. Topics include: The Project Management Context Project Leadership Scope Management Risk Management Selection and Budgeting Cost Estimation Project Scheduling Resource Management Project Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Project Closeout and Termination

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TECH4010
Assessment and Implementation of Technology


CRN: 92710
Instructor(s): Matchim, Robert W


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4010) examines the effects of technology on the physical, socio-economic, historic, cultural and aesthetic environments. The course also addresses relevant legislation, the generation and evaluation of project/product alternatives, and the prediction, verification and mitigation of technological effects. CR: the former MSTM 4010

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


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TECH4010
Assessment and Implementation of Technology


CRN: 92712
Instructor(s): Ryan, Paul


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4010) examines the effects of technology on the physical, socio-economic, historic, cultural and aesthetic environments. The course also addresses relevant legislation, the generation and evaluation of project/product alternatives, and the prediction, verification and mitigation of technological effects. CR: the former MSTM 4010

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

TECH4012
Occupational Health and Safety Legislation and Management


CRN: 92738
Instructor(s): White, Georgina Marie


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4012) introduces students to occupational health and safety issues in a technical/industrial context. Students will gain a knowledge and understanding of the legislative framework surrounding occupational health and safety, the assignment of responsibilities in the workplace, the management of occupational health and safety in the workplace and the importance of establishing a positive safety culture. CR: the former MSTM 4012

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TECH4013
Structure and Functions of Technology-based Organizations


CRN: 92740
Instructor(s): Haynes, Donald


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4013) focuses on the emergence of technology-based companies and how to implement methods to increase their organizational effectiveness. This course will concentrate on the integration of three basic frameworks which include the study of technological economics and organizational progression, structural configurations and operations, and universal and contemporary approaches to organizational design. In addition, it will examine the challenges of change that face highly dynamic industries: individual and organizational change, technological change, and national and global change. CR: the former MSTM 4013

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


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TECH4014
Technology and the Environment


CRN: 92746
Instructor(s): White, Georgina Marie


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4014) helps students critically examine technology and the environment and how the two are linked. Topics may include how technology is both the cause of and solution to many environmental problems, the greenhouse effect, renewable energy vs. fossil fuels, recycling vs. landfills, the efficiency paradox, geo-engineering, and other select current topics. CR: the former MSTM 4014

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TECH4017
Technical Operations Management


CRN: 92742
Instructor(s): Way, Brent Charles


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4017) introduces students to the area of operations management as it pertains to technology companies. Operations is generally considered the process by which an organization converts inputs such as labour and material into outputs such as goods or services. This course will examine how to manage the processes with a particular emphasis on operations in technology-based companies. Topics may include operations based strategy, processes and technology, capacity and facilities planning, and supply chain management. CR: the former MSTM 4017

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TECH4019
Research Methods


CRN: 92714
Instructor(s): Pendergast, Shawn


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4019) examines the fundamental steps in the process of doing research. It will provide students with the necessary information and tools to conduct technical research and communicate their findings. This course will examine how to define a research project, how to prepare a research proposal, how to select a research methodology, how to collect and analyze data and information, and how to prepare a research project report. CR: the former MSTM 4019

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TECH4019
Research Methods


CRN: 92716
Instructor(s): Barajas Vazques, Marco Antonio


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4019) examines the fundamental steps in the process of doing research. It will provide students with the necessary information and tools to conduct technical research and communicate their findings. This course will examine how to define a research project, how to prepare a research proposal, how to select a research methodology, how to collect and analyze data and information, and how to prepare a research project report. CR: the former MSTM 4019

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TECH4020
Economic Management for Technologists


CRN: 92718
Instructor(s): Matchem, Jerry


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4020) provides an introduction to the economics of technological projects. Students will study the mathematics of money, cost composition, and project evaluation, including cost comparison. They will also learn to analyse projects for decision making, including risk assessment and replacement analysis. In addition, they will learn to use suitable criteria for project selection, and to conduct sensitivity analysis. CR: Engineering 4102; the former MSTM 4020

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TECH4020
Economic Management for Technologists


CRN: 92720
Instructor(s): Haynes, Donald


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4020) provides an introduction to the economics of technological projects. Students will study the mathematics of money, cost composition, and project evaluation, including cost comparison. They will also learn to analyse projects for decision making, including risk assessment and replacement analysis. In addition, they will learn to use suitable criteria for project selection, and to conduct sensitivity analysis. CR: Engineering 4102; the former MSTM 4020

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


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TECH4025
Applied Statistics


CRN: 92724
Instructor(s): Wu, Ling


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4025) enables the student to use descriptive statistics to report data findings, to make statistical inferences using appropriate data analysis, and to use, and interpret the output from, statistical software. CR: the former MSTM 4025

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TECH4025
Applied Statistics


CRN: 92726
Instructor(s): Wu, Ling


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4025) enables the student to use descriptive statistics to report data findings, to make statistical inferences using appropriate data analysis, and to use, and interpret the output from, statistical software. CR: the former MSTM 4025

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


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TECH4030
Technology in the Human Contex


CRN: 92748
Instructor(s): Haynes, Donald

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TECH4040
Project Management for Technologists


CRN: 92728
Instructor(s): Hunt, Terrance A


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4040) introduces the student to the interdisciplinary field of project management. The course covers the interpersonal skills necessary to successfully lead or work effectively within a project team as well as providing an overview of certain planning and scheduling tools and techniques necessary for the planning and monitoring of projects. CR: the former MSTM 4040

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


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IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

TECH4040
Project Management for Technologists


CRN: 92730
Instructor(s): Ryan, Paul


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4040) introduces the student to the interdisciplinary field of project management. The course covers the interpersonal skills necessary to successfully lead or work effectively within a project team as well as providing an overview of certain planning and scheduling tools and techniques necessary for the planning and monitoring of projects. CR: the former MSTM 4040

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

TECH4050
Introduction to Quality Management


CRN: 92744
Instructor(s): Matchim, Robert W


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4050) provides students with an understanding of the philosophy and concepts involved in the total quality approach to quality management. The course covers the various tools and techniques used in quality management as well as providing an overview of the role of management. CR: the former MSTM 4050

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


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TECH4060
Adv Tech Communications


CRN: 92706
Instructor(s): Clouter, Elizabeth

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TECH4060
Adv Tech Communications


CRN: 92708
Instructor(s): Peach, Aaron

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TECH4090
Introduction to Technology


CRN: 92732
Instructor(s): Matchim, Robert W


Description
(same as the former MSTM 4090) provides a broad survey of practices critical to operating a technology-based business. Topics covered may include an introduction to technology management, historical developments in the management of technology, the functions of technology management, and select current topics that are relevant to operating technology-based businesses. CR: MSTM 4090

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TECH4400
Technological Assessment Project


CRN: 92734
Instructor(s): Wells, Darrell


Description
Provides students with the opportunity to conduct an assessment and implementation plan of a technical project in their area of interest. Students will utilize the knowledge that they have obtained in the required courses and incorporate this knowledge into a final project paper. CR: The former MSTM 410A/B, the former MSTM 4000, the former MSTM 4100, the former MSTM 4200, the former MSTM 4400 and the former Technology 4000. PR: One of TECH 4019 or the former MSTM 4019, one of TECH 4040 or the former MSTM 4040, one of TECH 4060 or the former MSTM 4060, and TECH 4025 or Statistics 1510 or 2500 or equivalent.

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TECH4400
Technological Assessment Project


CRN: 92736
Instructor(s): Wells, Darrell


Description
Provides students with the opportunity to conduct an assessment and implementation plan of a technical project in their area of interest. Students will utilize the knowledge that they have obtained in the required courses and incorporate this knowledge into a final project paper. CR: The former MSTM 410A/B, the former MSTM 4000, the former MSTM 4100, the former MSTM 4200, the former MSTM 4400 and the former Technology 4000. PR: One of TECH 4019 or the former MSTM 4019, one of TECH 4040 or the former MSTM 4040, one of TECH 4060 or the former MSTM 4060, and TECH 4025 or Statistics 1510 or 2500 or equivalent.

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


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