SC  101          Introduction to shipping
SC  102          Communication and use of English
SC  103          Introduction to port operations
SC  104          Introduction to logistics and supply chain management
SC  105          Business mathematics
Candidates with five (5) credits 0’level qualifications who sit and pass technicians course are eligible to register for the foundation and Professional Examinations.
The graduates of this level are expected to work as wharf supervisors or operatives.


Foundation or Associate level
Professional Associates are expected are expected to be engaged as assistant
Managers in the shipping or allied companies.

The structure is as follows:-
PA  101         Quantitative Methods in Shipping
PA  102         Elements of Port Administrations
PA  103         Export Management
PA  104         Marketing Relating to Export
PA  105         Shipping Law 1
PA  106         Principles of Shipping
PA  107         Computer Appreciation

Professional level
Part one (1)             PS 201           Marine insurance
PS 202           Management accounting and finance
PS 203           Freight forwarding practice
PS 204           Maritime geography
PS 205           Port operations and management
PS 206           French language
PS 207           Multi disciplinary studies

Part two (2)             PS 301           Shipping management
PS 302           Finance of international trade
PS 303           Maritime economics
PS 304           Shipping law II
PS 305           Entrepreneurship
PS 306           Maritime communication and personnel

Part three (3)          PS 401           Sales and purchase of ship
PS 402           Ship chartering of brokerage
PS 403           International through transport
PS 404           Port development and potentials
PS 405           Shipping and port policy
PS 406           Shipping practice
PS 407           Thesis