About the School
The UNE School of Marine and Environmental Programs can lead you to your career goals by helping you gain a deeper understanding of natural and human systems, and how these interconnect. Our interdisciplinary approach focuses on understanding the natural world — and the relationship of humans with that world — in ecosystems ranging from mountain forests to the open ocean, and everything between. Your learning will feature hands-on work in the field, on boats, in state-of-the-art laboratories, and in internships at far-flung places.
- B.S. in Aquaculture and Aquarium Sciences
- B.S. in Aquaculture, Aquarium Sciences, and Aquaponics
- B.S. in Environmental Science
- B.S. in Environmental Studies
- B.A. in Marine Affairs
- Marine Affairs – Maine Law 3+3
- B.S. in Marine Entrepreneurship
- B.S. in Marine Sciences
- B.S. in Sustainability and Business
- B.S. in Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture
- Environmental Science 4+1 B.S./M.S.
- Environmental Studies 4+1 B.S./M.S.
- M.S. in Marine Sciences
- Marine Sciences 4+1 B.S./M.S. track
- P.S.M. in Ocean Food Systems
See the World
Explore the four corners of the world by taking part in UNE’s Global Education Programs. Travel courses will take you snorkeling in the lagoons of Belize, working on an organic farming co-op in Cuba, ziplining through the rainforests of Costa Rica, or getting up close and personal with tortoises, penguins, and iguanas on the Galapagos Islands. Other destinations include Kenya, Mexico, and Cuba. If you’re interested in a semester-long immersion experience, we offer programs in Spain, Iceland, and Morocco.
Interested in studying abroad? Make a plan with your advisor.
As a student in our School of Marine and Environmental Programs, you study on UNE's scenic Biddeford Campus, where the waters of the Saco River flow into the Atlantic Ocean. Recently named the youngest city in Maine, Biddeford and its twin city, Saco, boast an up-and-coming, hip downtown offering delicious eateries, exciting social and cultural events, and more. With the transformation of the old mills into restaurants, breweries, housing, and retailers, there is something for everyone to explore.