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SEA Semester: Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

Sea Education Association
Katharine Williams Dean of Admissions
PO Box 6
Woods Hole, MA  2543
Phone: 800-552-3633
E-Mail:
Site:
Western Hemisphere: Bahamas, Bermuda, Caribbean Islands, Cuba: Havana, Cuba: Santiago de Cuba, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Puerto Rico: El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico: San Juan, Virgin Islands


Host Inst.: SEA Semester at Woods Hole

Dates: January 2 - March 22, 2019

Subject: Astronomy, Caribbean studies, Ecology and environmental studies, Geography, History, Independent study, Interdisciplinary studies, Literature, Marine sciences, Maritime studies, Natural history, Nautical studies, Oceanography, Sailing, Social sciences

Eligibility:
Level: Sophs, Jrs, Srs, Grads

Credit:
Undergrad Credit: Avail
Undergrad: 17
Grad Credit: None
Transfer Credit Through: Boston University
Document Awarded: transcript

Cost:
Overall Program Costs: Visit sea.edu or contact admission@sea.edu
Cost Include: all meals, books, computer lab, cultural activities, fees, field trips, health and safety, housing included, in-country transport, registration, resident dir, staff support, tuition
Nonrefundable fee
Cost Range: $15,000 and over not incl intl travel

Instruction:
Instruction Language: English
Format: Directed field study, Independent study format, Internship, Lab, Lecture, Practical training, Seminar, Study tour
Students: US & intl

Housing:
Housing Arrangement: Arr by pgm
Housing Type: boat, dormitories, group living

Deadline: Rolling admissions

Other Info:
Year Program Began: 1971
In Coop With: Boston University
Orientation Location: in US
Orientation Description: Day 1 of program, on SEA Semester campus in Woods Hole, MA
Activities: cultural events activity, excursions activity, field trips activity, pgm travel activity
Misc: Adventure with a Purpose: Environmental study abroad programs in Woods Hole & at sea for all majors
Financial Aid: scholarships
May Contact Former Participant