Marine biologists enjoy careers that include shark curator, hazardous waste manager, SCUBA instructor, environmental scientist and fisheries policy analyst. Students who want to become marine biologists have a strong affinity for science and math, and a desire to become conversant in not only the science but also conservation and policy issues in the field. Many students will begin with a degree in natural sciences and continue to earn an advanced degree in Marine Sciences. If you want to dive right in as an undergraduate, take a look at these schools:
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