Master of Advanced Studies in Marine Biodiversity & Conservation(MAS-MBC)

Chalk Cove Catalina

Summer field research trip to Wrigley Marine Station, Catalina

The Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) degree in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation is a professional degree intended for candidates with at least three years of work experience who are interested in contemporary issues in marine science, policy, management, communications, and environmental affairs.

The unique, rigorous, one-year program is designed to teach current and future professionals about marine ecosystems from the scientific, economic, and policy perspectives, as well as provide important cultural and communications skills. Students develop interdisciplinary studies by taking course offerings and conducting research at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and top-ranked departments at UC San Diego, including the Graduate School of Global Policy and Strategy, and Departments of Economics, Communication, Visual Arts, among others.

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MAS-MBC Graduating class of 2015 at Scripps Day celebration.

MAS-MBC Graduating class of 2015 at Scripps Day celebration.