SEA Semester: Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean
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SEA Semester: Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean

Subjects & Courses

  • Art & Fine Arts
  • Biology
  • Communications
  • Creative Writing
  • Culture
  • Earth Sciences
  • Ecology
  • Education
  • Environmental Studies
  • Ethnic Studies
  • Geography
  • Geology
  • History
  • Humanities
  • Illustration & Animation
  • Journalism & Broadcasting
  • Latin American Studies
  • Leadership
  • Liberal Arts
  • Literature
  • Marine Biology
  • Meteorology
  • Natural Sciences
  • Science
  • Social Sciences
  • Sustainable Development
  • Travel & Tourism
  • Urban & Regional Planning
  • Visual Arts

Year(s) Offered


Terms Available


Age Requirement

Age Requirement Varies

Participation Guidelines

Worldwide Participants.

Cost in USD per week

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Program Includes:

* 17 course credits issued by Boston University (or home institution, if affiliated with SEA)
* Student housing on the SEA campus in Woods Hole during the shore component
* Prepaid grocery cards for use during the shore component
* Three meals plus three snacks a day at sea, prepared by a professional steward
* Research fees & access to SEA library, computer lab & wireless network; WHOI/MBL joint library membership
* Academic field trip and science lab fees
* Full-time Head Resident on site for student support and supervision
* 24-hour emergency assistance and support from on-site staff

Accommodation Options

  • Group living

Language Skills Required

  • English

Experience Required


Minimum Education

High School

Application Procedures

  • Essay
  • Online Application
  • Other
  • Transcript
  • Phone/Video Interview
  • Letters of Reference

Scholarships Offered

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