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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Programs of Study Minors and Certificate Programs Minor in Marine Sciences (18 credits)  

Minor in Marine Sciences (18 credits)


Adviser: Gary Taghon; Marine and Coastal Sciences Building, Room 114D, 848-932-3249 (taghon@marine.rutgers.edu)

Undergraduate Program Webpage: https://marine.rutgers.edu/main/marine-sciences-minor

A semester of introductory geology, two semesters of biology, calculus, chemistry, and physics are recommended and/or required for many of the courses in the program.

Required Course (4)

11:628:320 Dynamics of Marine Ecosystems (4)

Electives (14)

At least 14 credits from the following. At least 3 credits must be from marine sciences (628) courses.

01:450:417 Coastal Geomorphology (3)

01:460:120/11:628:120 Introduction to Oceanography (3) or 01:460:204/11:628:204 The Water Planet (3) or 11:628:115 Oceanography and Schools (3) or 11:628:221 Human Interactions with the Coastal Ocean (3) or 11:628:125 Exploring the World's Oceans (3)

01:460:211 Fundamentals of Sedimentary Geology (4)

01:460:303 Paleontology (4)

01:460:340 Sedimentology (4)

01:460:341 Stratigraphy (4)

01:460:417 Environmental Geochemistry (3)

01:460:451 Marine Geology (3)

11:015:401 Colloquium: Earth Systems Science (3)

11:216:324 Invertebrate Zoology (4)

11:216:406 Fishery Science (3)

11:216:407 Research Methods in Fishery Science (3)

11:216:421 Wetland Ecology (3)

11:216:451 Ecosystems Ecology and Global Change (3)

11:374:428 Natural Resource Policy: Marine Fisheries (3)

11:628:110,111,211 Topics in Marine Sciences (P/NC3,3,3)

11:628:201-203 and 205-210 Topics in Marine Sciences (1.5)

11:628:300-310 Topics in Marine and Coastal Sciences (2-4 each)

11:628:317 Aquaculture (3)

11:628:321 Ichthyology (4)

11:628:340 Identification of Marine Invertebrates (2)

11:628:341 Hydrothermal Vents (3)

11:628:342 Marine Conservation (3)

11:628:352 Ocean, Coastal, and Estuarine Circulation (3)

11:628:364 Oceanographic Methods and Data Analysis (3)

11:628:401 Science in Shoreline Management (3)

11:628:404 Fungi and Ecosystems (3)

11:628:405 Molecular Oceanography (3)

11:628:410 Biophysical Interactions: from Barnacles to Jellyfish (3)

11:628:451 Physical Oceanography (4)

11:628:452 Geophysical Data Analysis (3)

11:628:462 Ocean Ecology (4)

11:628:472 Chemical Oceanography (4)

11:628:476 History of the Earth System (3)

11:628:497,498 Special Problems in Marine and Coastal Sciences (BA,BA)

11:670:323 Thermodynamics of the Atmosphere (3)

11:670:324 Dynamics of the Oceans and Atmosphere (3)

11:670:451 Remote Sensing of the Ocean and Atmosphere (3)

11:670:458 Air-Sea Interactions (3)

 
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