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The University of West Florida offers a Bachelor of Arts in Maritime Studies. This program is designed to familiarize students with the dynamic cultural and natural resources of the maritime environment. This degree requires 120 credit hours and is mostly taken through online courses.
The choices for minors in the Maritime Studies B.A. program are the following: Anthropology, Biology, Economic Policy, Environmental Studies, Geography, History, Hospitality, Recreation, and Resort Management, International Studies, Political Science, Pre-Law, Public Administration, Spanish, and last Earning the certificate in GIS.
All students in the Maritime Studies program will complete 36- 37 credit hours in General Studies classes, 24 credit hours in common pre-requisites, 16 credit hours in lower division electives, 36 credit hours in major related electives, up to six credit hours in upper division electives, and 18-24 credit hours in the major core classes.
The core classes that every student must complete are the following: Shipwreck Archaeology, Principles of Economic Theory and Public Policy, Maritime History, and International Law. Then students must choose either Coastal and Marine Environments or Oceanography and fulfill their field experience or internship.This degree aims to provide a broad understanding of the diversified field by integrating maritime themes, transferable skills, and a knowledge base to enter a variety of maritime-related careers.
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