MSC 111Introduction to Marine Science3
MSC 112Introduction to Marine Science Lab 11
Select 12 credit hours of electives in Marine Science: 212
Chemical Oceanography
Chemical Oceanography Laboratory
Physical and Chemical Processes in Coastal Ecosystems
Biological Oceanography
Climate and Global Change
The Earth's Climate: Past and Future
Introduction to Marine Biology
Introduction to Marine Biology Laboratory
Introduction to Marine Geology
Tropical Coastal Ecosystems
Tropical Coastal Ecosystems: Lab and Field Methods
Introduction to Physical Oceanography
Introduction to Physical Oceanography Lab
Living Resources of the Ocean
Global Primary Production
Earth's Biogeochemistry
Ecological Genetics
Research Fundamentals
Scientific Programming in the Atmospheric Sciences
Invertebrate Zoology
Biology of Fishes
Biological Oceanographic Techniques
Marine Genomics
Marine Animal Neurophysiology and Behavior
Introduction to Aquaculture
Marine Vertebrate Zoology
Ocean Human Health
Climate Science and Policy
Polar Science and Policy
Survey of Marine Mammals
Physical-Biological Interaction In Ocean Ecosystems I
Physical-Biological Interaction In Ocean Ecosystems Ii
Limnology
Life in Moving Fluids
Readings in Marine Science
Field Studies In Marine And Aquatic Science
Marine Field Ornithology
Marine Environmental Toxicology
Marine Org. & Env Health
Marine Conservation Science
Coral Reef Science and Management
Marine Biota And Biogeochemical Cycles
Comparative Ecology of Terrestrial and Marine Systems
Marine Biomedicine
Marine Conservation Genetics
Marine Comparative Immunology Lab
Marine Comparative Immunology
Environmental Physiology: Oxygen, Water And Ionoregulatory Stress
Approved MSC 372 and 500-level classes offered by the Rosenstiel School
Total Credit Hours16
1

For students in the College of Engineering that take the MSC 111 section for Engineers you will be waived from the MSC 112 requirement.

2

At least 6 of which must be at the 300-level or higher.

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 Students majoring in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Science should replace MSC 111 and MSC 112 with an additional elective, and all electives must be above and beyond those used for the major. The Marine Science minor fulfills the requirements of a STEM cognate. Only those courses passed with a grade of “C-” or higher may be applied to the major or minor.