Sea Education Association (SEA)

What is SEA?

Sea Education Association (SEA), a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, is an internationally recognized leader in undergraduate ocean education. Since 1971, they have equipped over 10,000 high school and undergraduate students with the tools to become environmentally literate leaders prepared to address the defining issue of the twenty-first century: the human impact on the environment.

Their Boston University accredited study abroad program is the leading off-campus Environmental Studies program focused on the ocean. While the academic focus varies, each program offers an interconnected suite of courses designed to explore a specific ocean-related theme using a cross-disciplinary approach. they look for motivated undergraduates of all majors who are passionate about learning, inspired to tackle and address real-world problems, and eager to become part of an unparalleled living and learning community.

SEA offers a variety of courses where you may be able to earn college credit!

Some programs include:

  • Carribean Reef Expedition (18 credits)
  • Climate & Society (18 credits)
  • Carribbean Communities & Conservation (17 credits)
  • Marine Biodiversity & Conservation (18 credits)

…and more!

Read more about the programs, courses, and credits they offer here.

Some program highlights include:

– Developing and refining snorkel-based reef survey techniques
– Conducting research at sea and at Caribbean island reefs
– Contributing to marine conservation policy efforts

Learn more about SEA’ s Undergraduate Programs here!