General Graduate Courses
CIMA 5005. INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY (I, II) (On demand).
Three credit hours. Three hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: authorization of the Director of the Department.
Basic knowledge, techniques, and areas of interest of the different disciplines of marine sciences. The interaction and research aims in Physical, Geological, Chemical and Biological Oceanography.
CIMA 6999. RESEARCH AND THESIS (I, II, S).
One to six credit hours.
Up to a maximum of six credits representing the research and thesis may be granted towards the master of science degree.
CIMA 8785. CURRENT TOPICS SEMINAR (II).
Two credit hours. Two hours of lecture per week.
Recent topics in marine sciences and related fields.
CIMA 8998. SPECIAL PROBLEMS (I, II, S).
One to three credit hours. One to three sessions per week.
Tutorial discussion and/or laboratory and library
research on a special topic.
CIMA 8999. DOCTORAL RESEARCH AND DISSERTATION (I, II, S).
Up to twelve credit hours.
Up to a maximum of twelve credits representing the dissertation may be granted toward the Doctor of Philosophy degree.