University of Hawaii Marine Option Program Annual Report 1976-1977
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University of Hawaii Marine Option Program Annual Report 1976-1977

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    Annual report on program activities of Hawaii Sea Grant project, Marine Option Program (E/MO-01); John P. Craven, Principal Investigator, Sea Grant Year 08; John J. McMahon, Principal Investigator, Sea Grant Year 09. The University of Hawaii Marine Option Program (MOP) involves undergraduate students from any major field of study in academic course work and practical marine activities which lead to a certificate indicating proficiency in a marine area. MOP students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of marine-related courses with grades of "B" or better by the time they graduate. At the same time, they must demonstrate proficiency in a marine skill. During fiscal year 1976-77, the Marine Option Program has continued to grow: new marine courses have been developed; the Ninth Legislature of the State of Hawaii examined the Marine Option Program and was favor ably impressed; and a fourth campus in the UH system received federal assistance in starting a Marine Option Program. MOP students again received state and federal funding for projects valuable to the state. As usual, MOP students contributed their time, energy, and talents in working with marine professionals toward solutions for marine-​related problems throughout the state. The Marine Option Program's development during the 1976-77 fiscal year has been substantial. This report documents that growth as another step in the maturing of marine programs at the University of Hawaii.
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