Department of Ocean Sciences
The mission of the Ocean Sciences (OCE) graduate program is to provide our students with specialized knowledge in important ocean science sub-disciplines as well as a broad understanding of the ocean as a key component of the Earth System. Our students advance the understanding of physical, chemical, and biological processes in the ocean and their interactions. Students learn first-hand about instrumentation and methods to measure the ocean using both in-situ and space-based sensors, and about laboratory, analytical, and numerical models to understand oceanic processes. Our graduates develop into international leaders of ocean research, into teachers and communicators of ocean sciences, and into leaders and advisors of marine education, policy, and conservation.
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) with concentrations in Ocean Dynamics, Biophysical Interactions, Air-Sea Interactions and Remote Sensing, and Marine Biogeochemistry
- Master of Science (M.S.)
- Master of Professional Science (M.P.S.) with tracks in Applied Remote Sensing and Natural Hazards and Catastrophes
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