Oceanography-Minor

Ocean Conservation Minor

The Ocean Conservation minor is designed to expose students to the wonders and vulnerability of the tropical ocean ecosystem. With a foundation in ocean conservation and environmental science, the minor provides students with the scientific analytical skills to critique negative human effects on the tropical marine ecosystem, and assess creative and innovative solutions to these problems. Students will have an opportunity to practice ocean conservation field methods and techniques during class diving trips to tropical waters (Open Water Diver certification is required to dive).

Curriculum
Ocean Conservation Minor
Total Credits
15-16 crs.   
ENV110 Exploring Environmental Issues OR ENV121 & ENV121L Environmental Science: A Global Concern
3-4 crs.   
ENV240 Ocean Conservation and Management
3 crs.   
ENV330 Physical Oceanography
3 crs.   
ENV410 Coral Reef Ecology and Restoration
3 crs.   
ENV440 Methods in Scientific Diving
3 crs.   

 
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.

Request Info

Step 1 of 2

Your information is secure.
View our Privacy Policy.

Are you or your spouse associated with the U.S. Military?

Step 2 of 2

Your information is secure.
View our Privacy Policy.

By clicking the button above, Post University has your consent to use automated technology to call, text and email you at the information above, including your wireless number, regarding educational services. It is not a requirement to provide this consent to receive education services.

NEASC
ACBSP_2015
Military Friendly Top 10 School 2017
NCAA Division II
BBB Accredited Business