Marine and Environmental Sciences Graduate Programs

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The University of South Alabama Stokes School of Marine and Environmental Sciences offers a variety of graduate programs.
  • The master’s and Ph.D. in Marine Sciences allows specializations in biological, chemical, physical and geological oceanography as well as marine fisheries and ecology.
  • The Master of Science in Marine Conservation and Resource Management provides students with advanced training in natural resource management in coastal and marine settings.
  • The Master of Science in Environmental Toxicology is an interdisciplinary program that is coordinated by the Stokes School of Marine and Environmental Sciences but draws on expertise from other disciplines to understand how toxins and/or pollutants affect the health of people, food-webs and ecosystems. Like other programs in the School, most students focus their studies on coastal and marine environments.

For more information regarding our graduate programs, please contact our Program Manager (ashleymartin@southalabama.edu) or attend one of our weekly Environmental Toxicology info sessions for prospective students. Informational sessions are scheduled on Wednesdays from 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST via Zoom (https://southalabama.zoom.us/j/93396781128). 

Earn a graduate degree that will move your career upstream.