A bachelor’s degree is the first step to a career in the sciences. Students who earn a bachelor’s degree may work in their areas of interest or apply to graduate school to increase their earning potential and advancement opportunities in their chosen careers.
What is a BSc in Coastal and Marine Management? Coastal and marine management is a diverse field, and educational programs in this area reflect a range of interests. Shipping companies that use ports, engineers who augment coastlines, and environmental scientists who monitor the impacts of human development on waterways are only a few of the professionals whose work affects coastal and marine waters. Bachelor degree programs in coastal and marine management look at the interplay of the many uses and demands humans put on nearshore and offshore resources. Many programs focus on long-term sustainable use of coastal and marine environments.
Nearly half the world’s population lives near coastlines and depends upon the sea for a living. A degree in coastal and marine management teaches life skills such as looking critically at issues that arise from conflicting demands and finding strategies to reconcile differing calls for resource use. Additionally, those with a BSc degree generally have an easier time finding employment and earn more than those without a degree or with a lesser degree.
The cost of attending a coastal and marine management program varies widely between schools. When deciding on the value of a program, students should consider their specific goals against the opportunities each school offers to work in their particular areas of interest in coastal and marine management.
The diversity of stakeholders in the use of maritime resources makes a Bachelor in Coastal and Marine Management an excellent starting point for a number of careers. Government agencies, businesses and non-profit organizations all need people with an understanding of issues surrounding the shared use of marine and coastal waters.
As world population continues to grow and the demands on ocean resources increase, thoughtful management of coastal and marine resources will continue to play a crucial role for businesses, governments and private citizens. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Marine Science is a well-rounded and multi-disciplinary program which has been carefully designed to take full advantage of the unique variety of marine environments available for study around the island of Hawaiʻi. [+]
The Water Resources & Geo-Environmental Sciences program is the first and currently the only undergraduate major offered in Lebanon. [+]
The Bachelor of Science in Marine Sciences presents an interdisciplinary curriculum, which works on developing the students’ knowledge, skills and fundamental attitudes of the marine sciences, and the application of these to environmental scientific research, to the management of marine resources, the responsible use of these, and the conservation of the marine and coastal ecosystems. [+]
The Bachelor of Science in Biology with a concentration in Coastal Ecology and Conservation serves the need for trained coastal scientists with knowledge and skills required to address the unique problems facing coastal ecosystems. [+]
The nature of the studies is such that true specialization takes place while working at sea, not in the studies. [+]
BSc in Maritime Management, Captain (Turku, Finland)
The studies offer a vast variety of possible specialisations. The nature of the studies however is such that true specialization takes place while working at sea, not in the studies. The studies give you the competence and knowledge needed to begin specialising.
The training is closely related to practice and simulators, workshops, rescue boats and training vessels form a significant part of the study environment. The international character of the field is emphasized in the training. A significant part of the programme is realized as onboard training. The onboard training is mostly carried out on Finnish ships, but ships under other flags are also used for the onboard studies. Finnish master mariners are well respected on the international market and graduates are hired globally.... [-]
The Sustainable Coastal Management programme gives you an opportunity to work with sustainable development in companies with a focus on coastal areas. [+]
BSc in Sustainable Coastal Management (Raseborg, Finland)
Would you like to raise your competence in sustainabledevelopment? If so, the Sustainable Coastal Managementprogramme gives you an opportunity to work with sustainabledevelopment in companies, municipalities and organisationswith a focus on coastal areas.
The programme is meant for students who have alreadycompleted at least two years of university level studies(equivalent to 120 credits). These earlier studies will beaccredited and included in your degree. This programmeis suitable for students who would like to change the profile of their studies or supplement their existing universitydegree with a Bachelor Degree in Natural Resources.... [-]