B.A. in Marine Studies

B.A. in Marine Studies

(HEGIS 0418)

The program in Marine Studies enables a student to combine study in the marine sciences with study in another field, such as business, government, or education, of the student’s own choosing. The purpose is to provide students with a broad knowledge of the world’s waters and their importance — with special attention being given to Long Island’s marine environment — while at the same time equipping them to assume responsibility for the administration and management of our global marine resources.

College-Wide Requirements 6 credits
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Core Requirements 33 credits
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Major Requirements 59 credits

BIO 1001A Introduction to Biology I 3
BIO 1002A Introduction to Biology II 3
BIO 1003A Introduction to Biology Lab I 1
BIO 1004A Introduction to Biology Lab II 1
CHM 1001C General Chemistry I 3
CHM 1002C General Chemistry II 3
CHM 1003C General Chemistry Lab I 1
CHM 1004C General Chemistry Lab II 1
CSC 1023N Introduction to Computer Science 3
ESC 1062C Geographic Information Systems 3
MSC/ESC 1006C Elements of Oceanography 3
MSC/ESC 1007C Marine Oceanography Laboratory 1
MSC/CHM 2074A Chemical Oceanography 4
MSC/PHY 2106A Physical Oceanography 4
MSC 2131C Coastal Oceanography 4
MSC/BIO 3055C Marine Biology 4
MTH 1006A Statistics 3
MTH 1014A Pre-Calculus 3
PHY 1001C General Physics I 3
PHY 1002C General Physics II 3
PHY 1003C General Physics Lab I 1
PHY 1004C General Physics Lab II 1

Minor/Electives Requirements 22 credits
Total: 120 credits

Note: Students majoring in Marine Studies are not required to complete a minor.

To find out more about Dowling’s Marine Studies program please contact Dr. Smirnov at 631-244-1178 or asmirnov@dowling.edu