Marine Biology and Marine Affairs Open House
The University of New Haven provides a unique on-campus visit opportunity for students interested in our Marine Biology and Marine Affairs programs.
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Why Marine Biology & Marine Affairs at The University of New Haven?
Recognizing that the solutions to the ever-increasing threats to the world’s oceans and coastlines lie in highly trained and knowledgeable scientists and policy makers, Marine Biology occupies a prominent position here at the University of New Haven.
Marine Biology is a diverse field that provides needed scientific and technical information to a broad spectrum of government agencies, academic and research institutions, environmental and conservation organizations, industries, and companies.
Our program emphasizes hands-on learning, and all of the laboratory courses have a field component. In addition to first-year field courses, students immediately have the opportunity to work on faculty-mentored research projects and are encouraged to participate in at least one internship.
- Norwalk Maritime Center
- Mystic Aquarium
- Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
- Schooner, Inc.
- Connecticut Audubon Coastal Center
- Sound School
Specialized Areas of Study
- Coastal Resource Management
- Marine Biotechnology
- Marine Conservation
- Marine Pollution
- Marine Journalism
- Marine Education
- Marine Policy
- Marine Technology
- Marine Forensics
- Urban Estuarine Studies