Second Year

In the SECOND YEAR, AQUA students enroll in Aquatic Resources 201 & 202, BSAD 101, and a selection of AQUA-designated courses from some of the seven departments participating in the AQUA Program. Students also build their second area of concentration in one of the following major fields: Biology, Earth Sciences, Math/Stats, Economics or Public Policy and Social Research (combination of Political Science and Anthropology or Political Science and Sociology).

At the end of the second academic year, in late April, AQUA students will complete Aquatic Resources 325 or an approved equivalent (i.e., BIOL 307 or ESCI 376) in the following year. The week-long AQUA 325 field camp focuses on integrated watershed management and provides students with access to experts in the field, opportunities to visit locations in nearby watersheds, and tangible skills related to working in the field.

Sunset in the Bahamas