Education Curriculum

Curricular Requirements

There are two paths that students can take as a Secondary Education Major. 

1.     Double Major: Students can major in Secondary Education along with a major in an academic discipline that leads to certification. Areas of secondary certification are: English, Life Science, Mathematics, Physical Science, and Social Studies.

2.     Secondary Major with Academic Concentration: Students can major in Secondary Education with an academic area concentration. Concentrations are available in: Mathematics, Biology, Environmental Science, Physical Science (Chemistry and Physics), History, English, and Marine Science.

SECONDARY (7-12) EDUCATION CERTIFICATION WITH DOUBLE MAJOR

CREDITS

University Core Requirements

42-46

Double Major Subject Requirements 
See requirements for your major: ArtBiologyChemistryEnglishEnvironmental ScienceEnvironmental StudiesMarine Sciences, MathematicsPolitical Science

varies

Professional Core Courses 

39

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum & Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385- Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382- Literacy Research-Based Instructional Methods

3

EDU 488 - Secondary Practicum

3

EDU 498 - Secondary Internship and Seminar

12

SPE 405- Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Select one appropriate methods course from the following list:

3

EDU 436 - Teaching Secondary English 

 

EDU 437 - Teaching Secondary Science

 

EDU 438 - Teaching Secondary Social Studies 

 

EDU 439 - Teaching Secondary Math 

 

EDU 441 - Methods of Art Education

 

Open Electives (as needed to reach 120 credits)

variable

Minimum Required Total Credits 

120

SECONDARY (7-12) EDUCATION CERTIFICATION WITH ACADEMIC AREA CONCENTRATION

CREDITS

University Core Requirements

42-46

Concentration Requirements 
See requirements below for Academic Area Concentrations

varies

Professional Core Courses 

39

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum & Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385- Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382- Literacy Research-Based Instructional Methods

3

Select one appropriate methods course from the following list:

3

EDU 436 - Teaching Secondary English 

 

EDU 437 - Teaching Secondary Science

 

EDU 438 - Teaching Secondary Social Studies 

 

EDU 439 - Teaching Secondary Math 

 

EDU 441 - Methods of Art Education

 

EDU 488 - Secondary Practicum

3

EDU 498 - Secondary Internship and Seminar

12

SPE 405- Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Open Electives (as needed to reach 120 credits)

variable

Minimum Required Total Credits 

120

FIELD EXPERIENCE

The faculty in the Department of Education are committed to ongoing and frequent observation and involvement in schools. The teacher education programs at UNE have a specific competency-based focus to meet the Maine standards for teacher certification. All students engaged in teacher preparation will spend time in a field setting in each of the semesters for which they are registered for professional education courses. Involvement in the schools will be connected to specific, course-related tasks (e.g., observation, the teaching of lessons, conducting of experiments, administration of assessments, etc.).  Transportation to and from schools is the responsibility of the student. 

INTERNSHIP

Without specific permission from the Education Department Chair, courses may not be taken during the internship semester, so all required coursework must be completed the semester prior to the internship. Admission to the internship is not guaranteed (see section on “Admission requirements and successful progression in the program”). In addition, the student should have:

  1. Sufficient knowledge regarding the components of effective instruction.
  2. Sufficient knowledge of appropriate grade-level content and teaching methods.
  3. Sufficient knowledge of the developmental needs of students.
  4. Sufficient knowledge of how to establish and maintain effective cooperative relationships with school personnel, students, and parents.
  5. Understanding of and empathy for working with students.
  6. No serious reservations identified on the Student Assessment of Professional Attributes (SAPA) instrument.

The selection of individual internship sites will be made by the Certification and Placement Officer. Geographical location relative to UNE is a consideration. UNE has a collaborative relationship with many districts and selects both schools and teachers based on their interest in and ability to assist interns in demonstrating mastery of the InTASC standards. Placement in an internship is not guaranteed. The Department of Education, through its Certification and Placement Officer, will make a good faith effort to negotiate an appropriate placement. Schools have the right to refuse placement requests. The 15 week student teaching experience must be done in a local Maine Public School that is in an established internship protocol with the University of New England. 

 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR REVIEW BOARD (PERB)

All students enrolled in the internship must demonstrate their teaching competence with respect to InTASC Standards before the Professional Educator Review Board (PERB). The Board is comprised of professional educators from area schools as well as UNE faculty. Students are required to develop a portfolio reflecting their proficiency in meeting these state standards and present and defend the portfolio in front of the Board. Passing the PERB is a requirement for completion of the certification program and subsequently being recommended to the Maine State Department of Education for teacher licensure.

Secondary Major with Academic Concentrations

CONCENTRATION IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

Maine Certification Area: 300 MATH (MAT)

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

26-27

MAT 150 - Statistics for Life Sciences

3

MAT 190 - Calculus I

4

MAT 195 - Calculus II

4

MAT 212 - Applied Discrete Mathematics

3

MAT 220 - Applied Linear Algebra

3

MAT 240 – Geometry

3

MAT 321 - Applied Statistics I

3

One MAT course at 200 level or above

3 – 4

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 439 - Teaching Secondary Math

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

13

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

CONCENTRATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Maine Certification Area: 395 LIFE SCIENCE (BIO, ENV, MAR)

  CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

25

BIO 106/106L – Biology II: Cellular/Molecular Lab

4

ENV 220 – Conservation and Preservation

3

ENV 220L – Conservation and Preservation Lab

2

ENV ELECTIVE 300/300L or 400/400L or MAR 316,MAR 386, MAR 365

4

ENV ELECTIVE 300/300L or 400/400L

4

ENV ELECTIVE 300/300L or 400/400L

4

ENV ELECTIVE 300/300L or 400/400L

4

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 437 - Teaching Secondary Science

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

13

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

CONCENTRATION IN BIOLOGY

Maine Certification Area: 395 LIFE SCIENCE (BIO, ENV, MAR)

  CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

24-25

BIO 105/105L - Biology I: Introduction to Ecology and Evolution 

4

BIO 106/106L - Biology II: Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology

4

BIO 200/200L/200S - Genetics or BIO 207 – Organismal genetics                                  

4-5

BIO 400 or higher level elective                                                                                 

3-4

One Physiology topic area course*See Biology Curricular Requirements                         

3-4

One Ecology topic area course*See Biology Curricular Requirements           

3-4

One Organismal topic area course*See Biology Curricular Requirements      

3-4

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 437 - Teaching Secondary Science

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

13

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

CONCENTRATION IN PHYSICAL SCIENCE- Chemistry Track

Maine Certification Area: 350 PHYSICAL SCIENCE (CHE, PHY)

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

25-26

CHE 110/110L – General Chemistry I

4

CHE 111/111L – General Chemistry II

4

CHE 210/210L/210S – Organic Chemistry I

5

CHE 307/307L

OR

CHE 310/310L – Quantitative Analysis or Fundamentals of Biochemistry

4-5

PHY 110 – General Physics I

OR

PHY 210 - University Physics I

4

PHY 111 – General Physics II

OR

PHY 211 - University Physics II

4

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods

3

EDU 437 - Teaching Secondary Science

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

7-10

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

CONCENTRATION IN PHYSICAL SCIENCEPhysics Track

Maine Certification Area: 350 PHYSICAL SCIENCE (CHE, PHY)

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

25

PHY 110 – General Physics I

OR

PHY 210 - University Physics I

4

PHY 111 – General Physics II

OR

PHY 211 - University Physics II

4

PHY 208 – Energy and Climate Change

3

PHY 305 – Revolutions of 20th Century Physics

3

PHY 310 – Biophysics Structure and Motion or PHY 320 - Medical Physics

3

CHE 110/110L – General Chemistry I

4

CHE 111/111L – General Chemistry II

4

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods

3

 EDU 437 Teaching Secondary Science

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

13-14

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

CONCENTRATION IN PHYSICAL SCIENCEMulti-disciplinary Track

Maine Certification Area: 350 PHYSICAL SCIENCE (CHE, PHY)

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

31 credits

CHE 110/110L – General Chemistry I

4

CHE 111/111L – General Chemistry II

4

CHE 210/210L/210S – Organic Chemistry I

5

PHY 110 – General Physics I

OR

PHY 210 - University Physics I

4

PHY 111 – General Physics II

OR

PHY 211 - University Physics II

4

PHY 305 – Revolutions of 20th Century Physics

3

MAR 270/270L - Oceanography

4

MAR 366 - Adv Oceanography I: Geological/Biological

3

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods

3

EDU 437 - Teaching Secondary Science

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

6-7

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

CONCENTRATION IN HISTORY

Maine Certification Area: 200 SOCIAL STUDIES (GEOG, HIS, ECO, POL)

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

24

HIS 222: US History I

3

HIS 223: US History II

3

HIS Elective: HIS 290: Historical Research Methods & Writing (recommended)

3

HIS Elective (any level)

3

HIS Elective (any level)

3

HIS Elective (any level)

3

HIS Elective (any level)

3

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 438 - Teaching Secondary Social Studies

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

13

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

CONCENTRATION IN ENGLISH

Maine Certification Area: 100 ENG/LA (ENG)

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

24

ENG 115 - Classics of British Literature I

3

ENG 116 - Classics of British Literature II

3

ENG 200 - US Literature I: Writing, Revolution and Resistance

3

ENG 201 - US Literature II: Cultural Diversity and Common Identity

3

ENG 206 - Introduction to Literary Theory

3

ENG 334 - Methods of Literary and Cultural Criticism

3

Global Literacy Elective: such as ENG 329, ENG 405, ENG 403

3

Interdisciplinary Literacy Elective: such as ENG 221, ENG 376

3

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 436 - Teaching Secondary English

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

13

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

CONCENTRATION IN MARINE SCIENCES

Maine Certification Area: 395 LIFE SCIENCE (BIO, ENV, MAR)

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS

42-46

Concentration Credits

25-28

MAR 105/MAR 105L – Evolution/Ecology of Marine Organisms, with Lab

4

MAR 106/MAR 106L – Cellular/Molecular Biology of Marine Organisms, with Lab

4

MAR 250/MAR 250L – Marine Biology, with Lab

4

MAR 270/MAR 270L – Oceanography, with Lab

4

MAR Elective Organismal Biology Area Course **See Marine Curricular Requirements      

3-4

MAR Elective Organismal Biology Area Course **See Marine Curricular Requirements      

3-4

One additional Marine Science Course (Non-Organismal) **See Marine Curricular Requirements   

3-4

Secondary Education Courses

 

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 436-441 Teaching Methods (Teaching Social Studies, English, Science, Math, and Art)

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

SPE 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

Total Credits in Secondary Education

39

Elective Credits

10-14

Minimum Total Required Credits  

120

 

 SECONDARY EDUCATION WITH PHYSICAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION AND LIFE SCIENCE CONDITIONAL CERTIFICATION

This student would get P.E. Certification with a conditional certification in Life Science (OR could do the reverse depending on what area the student would want to student teach).

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS (Must take BIO 105/105L as core course)

42-46

Physical Education Concentration Credits

26

BIO 208/208L - Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology I

4

BIO 209/209L - Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology II

4

EXS 180 - Motor Learning and Performance

3

EXS 310 - Kinesiology and Biomechanics

3

EXS 320 - Exercise Physiology with Lab

OR

EXS 205 - Sports Physiology

3

EXS 330/330L - Fitness Evaluation and Prescription with Lab

3

EXS 340 - Concepts of Strength and Conditioning

3

ATC 306 - Psychology of Sport and Exercise

3

Secondary Education Courses

42

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

EDU 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 437 - Teaching Secondary Science

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

EDU 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

EDU 4XX - Methods of Teaching Physical Education 3
Life Science Courses for Endorsement 13-16

Minimum Total Required Credits  

123-130


 SECONDARY EDUCATION WITH PHYSICAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION AND HISTORY CONDITIONAL CERTIFICATION

This student would get P.E. Certification with a conditional certification in History (OR could do the reverse depending on what area the student would want to student teach).

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS (9 credits of HIS can be taken in the CORE)

42-46

Physical Education Concentration Credits

26

BIO 208/208L - Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology I

4

BIO 209/209L - Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology II

4

EXS 180 - Motor Learning and Performance

3

EXS 310 - Kinesiology and Biomechanics

3

EXS 320 - Exercise Physiology with Lab

OR

EXS 205 - Sports Physiology

3

EXS 330/330L - Fitness Evaluation and Prescription with Lab

3

EXS 340 - Concepts of Strength and Conditioning

3

ATC 306 - Psychology of Sport and Exercise

3

Secondary Education Courses

42

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

EDU 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 438 - Teaching Secondary Social Studies

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

EDU 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

EDU 4XX - Methods of Teaching Physical Education 3
Additional History Courses for Certification 15

Minimum Total Required Credits  

125-129


 SECONDARY EDUCATION WITH PHYSICAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATION AND ENGLISH CONDITIONAL CERTIFICATION

This student would get P.E. Certification with a conditional certification in English (OR could do the reverse depending on what area the student would want to student teach).

 

CREDITS

CAS CORE REQUIREMENTS (9 credits of ENG can be taken in the CORE)

42-46

Physical Education Concentration Credits

26

BIO 208/208L - Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology I

4

BIO 209/209L - Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology II

4

EXS 180 - Motor Learning and Performance

3

EXS 310 - Kinesiology and Biomechanics

3

EXS 320 - Exercise Physiology with Lab

OR

EXS 205 - Sports Physiology

3

EXS 330/330L - Fitness Evaluation and Prescription with Lab

3

EXS 340 - Concepts of Strength and Conditioning

3

ATC 306 - Psychology of Sport and Exercise

3

Secondary Education Courses

42

EDU 105 - Exploring Teaching

3

EDU 110 - 21st Century Learning Through Technology

3

EDU 202 - Curriculum and Assessment

3

EDU 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom

3

EDU 385 - Diversity and Social Justice

3

EDU 382 - Literacy Research- Based Instructional Methods 

3

EDU 436 - Teaching Secondary English

3

EDU 486 - Practicum

3

EDU 492 - Student Teaching

12

EDU 405 - Inclusive Methods and Data Based Decision Making

3

EDU 4XX - Methods of Teaching Physical Education 3
Additional English Courses for Certification 15

Minimum Total Required Credits  

125-129

*Biology Curricular Requirements

Curricular Area Requirements

Credits

Ecology Area

 

BIO 333 - Evolution

3

BIO 350/350L - Ecology

4

Organismal Biology Area

 

BIO 204/204L - Parasitology

4

BIO 208/208L - Introductory Anatomy and Physiology I

4

BIO 209/209L - Introductory Anatomy and Physiology II 4

BIO 223/223L - Health, Nutrition and Feeding Cultured Organisms

4

BIO 232/232L - Microbiology 

or 

BIO 234/234L Environmental Microbiology

4

BIO 245/245L - Human Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology I

4

BIO 345/345L - Human Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology II 5

MAR 252 - Natural History of Marine Mammals

3

MAR 310/310L - Phycology

4

BIO 319/319L - Ornithology

4

MAR 320/320L - Invertebrate Zoology

4

BIO 323/323L - Principles of Aquarium Operations and Science

4

BIO 330/330L - Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy

4

MAR 331/331L - Biology of Fishes

4

MAR 355/355L - Biology of Marine Mammals

4

MAR 375/375L - Biology of Sharks, Skates and Rays

4

Physiology (Cellular Biology) Area

 

BIO 203 - Histology

4

BIO 208/208L - Introductory Anatomy and Physiology I

4

BIO 209/209L - Introductory Anatomy and Physiology II 4

BIO 245/245L - Human Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology I

4

BIO 345/345L - Human Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology II 5

BIO 322 - Comparative Animal Physiology

3

BIO 365 - Immunology

3

BIO 370 - Cell/Molecular Biology

3

BIO 404/404S - Neuroscience

4

**See Marine Curricular Requirements         

MAR Organismal Biology Courses

 

MAR 310/MAR 310L – Phycology, with Lab

4

MAR 312/MAR 312L – Plankton, with Lab

4

MAR 320/MAR 320L – Invertebrate Zoology, with Lab

4

MAR 331/MAR 331L – Biology of Fishes, with Lab

4

MAR 355/MAR 355L – Biology of Marine Mammals, with Lab

4

MAR 375/MAR 375L – Biology of Sharks, Skates, Rays, with Lab

4

MAR 430 – Deep Sea Biology

3

MAR 442 – Aquatic Invasive Species

3

BIO 421/BIO 421L – Coral Reefs, with Lab

4

Additional MAR Courses (not an Organismal Biology Courses):

Credits

MAR 210 – Intro to Marine Science Research

1-4

MAR 230 – Directed/Independent Study in Mar Sci

1-4

MAR 252 – Natural History of Marine Mammals

3

MAR 275 – Intro to Mar Honors Research

1-4

MAR 295 – Marine Science Internship

1-4

MAR 316 – Science and Society

3

MAR 326 – Experimental Animal Physiology

3

MAR 335/MAR 335L – Animal Behavior/Behavioral Ecology, with Lab

4

MAR 350/MAR 350L – Marine Ecology, with Lab

4

MAR 354 – Ecological Aquaculture

3

MAR 410 – Marine Science Research

1-4

MAR 415 – Independent Study in Marine Sciences

1-4

MAR 418 – Symbiosis

3

MAR 421/MAR 421L – Marine Science Topics, with Lab

4

MAR 424/MAR 424L – Physiological Ecology of Fish, with Lab

4

MAR 428 – Marine Conservation

3

MAR 432/MAR 432L – Fisheries Biology, with Lab

4

MAR 451/MAR 451L – Marine Biology Topics, with Lab

4

MAR 464 – Polar Biology

3

MAR 495 – Adv Marine Science Internship

1-4

BIO 221 – Principles of Aquaculture

3

BIO 222/BIO 222L – Finfish/Shellfish Culture Techniques, with Lab

4

BIO 223/BIO 223L – Health, Nutrition, and Feeding of Cultured Organisms, with Lab

4

BIO 323/BIO 323L – Principles of Aquarium Operations, with Lab

4