Marine and Environmental Sciences
Rising to the Occasion
It is in the times marked by great uncertainty that we see the potential of the human spirit. The past trials of war, famine, and disease were equally met by the will of entire generations to overcome. Now, as the reality of climate change sets in, we once again stand at the precipice of a historic and unique challenge, with a call for leadership, foresight, and great courage.
In these times, hope must be prefaced by action. Hard scientific truths will have to be reconciled with economic, political, and social ramifications. It will require a global commitment where every person, no matter their education, age, careers, or affiliations, wear the badge of scientist.
The Northeastern Marine and Environmental Science program seeks to prepare future generations of climatologists, ecologists, and marine biologists for the front lines of climate change — to reclaim our coral reefs, and oceans, our biodiversity, our air, and certainty for our future.
Focuses on basic skin diving and scuba diving skills, with emphasis on safety.
Utilizes evidence from the sedimentary rock record to evaluate and to interpret significant biological and physical events in Mesozoic earth history.
Offers a comprehensive review of the biology, ecology, and management of cetaceans.
The Three Seas Program
Northeastern’s signature Three Seas Program is a Master of Science Marine Biology program giving students the opportunity to spend a year studying in three different marine environments: New England (US), Panama and the Pacific Coast (US). The Three Seas Program is ideal for advanced undergraduates (usually in their third or fourth year of study) and first-year graduate students with a strong interest in marine biology and ecology.
Marine Science Center
Offering a pristine New England rocky shore habitat in close proximity to Boston, the Marine Science Center is a globally recognized organization dedicated to marine science research and education.
MS in Environmental Science and Policy
Northeastern’s Master’s in Environmental Science and Policy, a joint program between the College of Science and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, provides interdisciplinary training and environmental problem-solving expertise to the next generation of environmental professionals.
Many Marine and Environmental students choose to participate in the university’s signature co-operative education program because it offers excellent preparation and exposure to exciting careers.
Environmental Studies/International Affairs
North Shore, MA
Started as Physics and switched to Environmental Science
Woods Hole, MA