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Marine Resources
Management Major Option

What you will study

Students in the Marine Resources Management major degree option study the biology, ecology, and engineering of healthy environments in which marine life may grow.

You will be prepared in the management of fish populations and marine conservation of the world’s oceans and wetlands.

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Major Curriculum Options & Requirements

Students choosing the Marine Resources Management degree career track option must satisfactorily complete 21 semester hours. See courses by following the links below. 

Note: All course numbers that end in a five (ex. 0005) are taught summers only at either Dauphin Island or the Gulf Coast Research Lab.

What can I do with a Major in Marine Resources Management?

  • Marine Biology
  • Fish & Shellfish Farming
  • Environmental Law
  • Fishery Management
  • Wetlands Conservation & Management

Find out more careers you can have by visiting our Career Discovery services page.

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