Students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) complete an upper-division core that concentrates on biological and ecological marine science essentials while also giving students a critical understanding of how statistics and economics are integrated into marine science and resource management.
Students work closely with a faculty adviser to create an individualized curriculum plan of at least 18 approved electives. These can include courses on resource management, human dimensions, conservation, quantitative population assessment and others. Students must complete a curriculum plan and have it approved by the program undergraduate coordinator before they reach 70 credits.
Students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) complete an upper-division core that integrates the physical and biological sciences, mathematics and engineering.
They work closely with a faculty adviser to create an individualized curriculum of at least 12 credits of approved electives; this plan must be approved by the program's undergraduate coordinator before the student has earned 70 credits.
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