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Degrees

The Department of Marine Biology offers specialized degrees that are enhanced by the unique location on the Gulf of Mexico. Science heavy and hands-on intensive, our students are well prepared to dive in to a number of careers.

Undergraduate Degrees    

Marine Biology, B.S.

This undergraduate program gives students the opportunity to study a diverse curriculum in the ideal location of Galveston Bay, which offers the chance for endless hands-on field and lab work. The courses are tailored to give students a solid foundational knowledge while allowing students to pursue their specific interests within this popular field. Students will have a plethora of options for electives, which can even allow them to pursue biomedical or veterinary degree programs.

Merchant Mariner’s License Option Available

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Marine Fisheries, B.S.

This program offers courses in biological science with an emphasis on marine management. Due to the prime location of the campus, students will acquire useful hands-on experience under the close guidance of our great professors. Students who complete this degree will be well-positioned for a successful career in the field of marine management.

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Graduate Degree   

Marine Biology IDP, M.S. & Ph.D.

One of three graduate programs at Texas A&M University at Galveston, the Marine Biology program offers a Master of Science or PhD through the Interdisciplinary Degree Program in Marine Biology.  These course are taught by some of the best faculty and researchers around and equip our students for exhilarating careers in academia and beyond.


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Minor        

Marine Biology

Students at Texas A&M University at Galveston are able to complete a minor in Marine Biology whilst pursuing a different major. This minor has a rigorous curriculum that compliments degrees in Marine Sciences exceptionally well.

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