Underwater Resource Management Certificate Program
Indiana University Underwater Science Program now offers a 24 credit hour Certificate in Underwater Resource Management. Persons interested in the certificate, should carefully review all the information provided on this website, complete the required Underwater Resource Management application, and schedule an appointment to discuss the course options with Charles Beeker, Director of Underwater Science Program.
- Program Description
- Rationale, performance standards and objectives of the program
- Program Curriculum
- Application (Adobe PDF)
Degree Program Options with emphasis on Underwater Resource Management
Students interested in a degree program with emphasis on Underwater Resource Management have a number of options.
Undergraduate students can apply to the School of Public Health, which has the Underwater Science Core option. For information on the Underwater Science certificate contact Charles Beeker, (SPH 058, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405).
Undergraduate students whose interests are more diverse and require drawing upon courses from varity of disciplines, can apply to the Individualized Majors Program (IMP). IU College of Arts and Sciences has authorized the IMP to offer underwater archaeology and marine biology degrees in collaboration with the Departments of Anthropology, Biology, and Geology. (For information on the IMP Degree visit the IMP website and contact the program coordinator, Ballantine Hall 129, (812) 855-9588).