University Curricula in Oceanography and Related Fields.
NAVAL OCEANOGRAPHIC OFFICE NSTL STATION MS
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This tenth edition is designed to inform students and guidance counselors which colleges and universities offer courses in the marine sciences. Its purpose is to provide a guide to, rather than a definitive description of, current offerings in the marine field. Students, counselors and others should use this publication to select institutions to contact for complete information concerning admission requirements, scholarship fellowship availability, specific courses which are being offered during particular semesters and related matters. The criterion for including a college, university or institution in this edition was that it offer a program of at least 25 semester hours broadly defined in the marine field. Although the number of responding institutions has increased since the last edition, several institutions which would otherwise qualify were not able to prepare their material in time for inclusion. Data was gathered in the early part of 1982. Institutions were to include programs in all areas of marine studies, from two-year technology training courses to Ph.D. offerings. Programs in marine law, fisheries and food science, the maritime field and naval architecture were specifically included, as well any new interdisciplinary programs that might fall outside traditional organizational structures.
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