The Marine Policy minor introduces the student to the field of marine policy, which includes coastal and ocean law and policy, conservation, and natural resource economics.
|MSC 111||Introduction to Marine Science *||3|
|MSC 112||Introduction to Marine Science Lab *||1|
|Select 12 credit hours of the following: **||12|
|Living Resources of the Ocean|
|Marine and Coastal Protected Area Theory and Practice|
|Sunken Ships and Submerged Sites: An Introduction to Underwater Archaeology|
|Decision Making and the Environment|
|Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment|
|Climate Science and Policy|
|Polar Science and Policy|
|Marine Conservation Science|
|Coral Reef Science and Management|
|Political Ecology of the Galapagos|
|Spatial Applications in Marine Science|
|Political Ecology of Marine Management|
|Fieldwork in Coastal Management: Tourism, Conservation, and Development|
|Environmental Planning and the Environmental Impact Statement|
|Coastal Zone Management|
|Port Operations and Policy|
|Total Credit Hours||16|
Courses within this minor require at least one requisite. Students should review all courses and requirements before planning your studies and declaring the minor.Plan your courses accordingly as requisites must be met for enrollment and completion of minor.
Only those courses passed with a grade of “C-” or higher may be applied to the minor. The Marine Policy minor fulfills the requirements of the People and Society or STEM cognate. .