Marine Science Undergraduate major at UConn
The interdisciplinary undergraduate major provides opportunities to learn how to keep our oceans and coasts beautiful, productive and healthy. The curriculum combines a solid foundation in coastal marine science and a background in the human dimensions that are crucial for solving real-world environmental problems. Courses include fieldwork in the region’s varied marine habitats integrated with laboratory analysis. Coastal Studies graduates go on to jobs or further study in marine research, environmental consulting, coastal policy, and environmental law. Find out more about this exciting program by visiting the Coastal Studies website at http://www.marinesciences.uconn.edu/MSCSS/degree.html .
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Marine Sciences Undergraduate Degree
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