Given that over 70% of the Earth is covered by ocean waters, the Marine Biology program at University of New Haven is designed so that students who want to explore marine waters in other parts of the world can take advantage of numerous study abroad and study away opportunities. These allow you to broaden your field expertise and become familiar with other cultures and/or other environments.
Places that University of New Haven students regularly travel for study include:
You may also opt to take a course taught by University of New Haven faculty at the Gerace Tropical Research Station on San Salvador Island in the Bahamas. Click here to read about our experiences in the Tropical Marine Biology Course Blog.
Whether you study away or remain on campus, the marine world, its organisms, and the problems facing it are awaiting you at the University of New Haven. So, jump in — the water’s fine.