Undergraduate students who meet the eligibility requirements of the Concurrent Program may take up to 4 of the following undergraduate and graduate courses. These courses will be counted toward both the completion of their undergraduate degree at the beginning of the Marine Science (M.S.) degree.
|MARS 6050||MARS 4050|
|MARS 6060||MARS 4060|
|MARS 6070||MARS 4070|
|MARS 6080||MARS 4080|
|MARS 6090||MARS 4090|
|MARS 6030||MARS 3802|
|NSCI 6110, 6112 and NSCI 6900||MARS 4910 or 4920|
Concurrent students planning to join the MSMS-T (thesis) track will take NSCI 6110 in Fall and NSCI 6112 in Spring for 1 credit each AND NSCI 6900 for 1 semester at 1 credit.
Concurrent students planning to joint the MSMS-A (non-thesis) applied track will only take NSCI 6110 in Fall. NSCI 6112 and NSCI 6900 are not required for MSMS-A track.
Concurrent students interested in the MSMS-T option are required to find a MSMS faculty member who agrees to serve as their faculty advisor before applying for concurrent status. MSMS-A concurrent students will be advised by the MSMS Program Director.
For more information about applying to the Marine Science Concurrent Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view the descriptions of each of these courses, click here to use the Course Schedule database.