SENIOR SPRING: Wilmington, NC to Nassau, Bahamas

This course covers the skills necessary to live and work safely aboard oceangoing research vessels. Emphasis is placed on conducting a broad range of oceanographic survey techniques, including chemical, meteorological, geological, physical, and biological surveys. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate competence in the skills required of a marine technician aboard an oceanographic or survey vessel.

  • Course Hours Per Week: Class 0, M. Lab 3.
  • Semester Hours Credit: 1.
  • Prerequisite: MSC 216.
  • Corequisite: Full time Marine Technology enrollment or permission of the Department Chair.

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