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drive from TSU to the
Gulf of Mexico, but this
summer Tarleton marine
biology students will be
able to spend their spare
time sunbathing on
"The Marine Biology
Program is offered in
cooperation with Texas
A&M University at
Galveston. All basic
course work is taken on
the Tarleton campus with
summer course work
Galveston," said Dr.
Donald E. Keith, Assis-
tant Professor and
In addition to the
gerneral university re-
quirement for gradua-
tion, students enroll in
Zoology, Introduction To
Marine Biology, Bio-
Physics and Chemistry
"It is recommended
that six hours of Advanc-
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marine courses taken at
Texas A&M University at
GAlveston or another
laboratory," Keith said.
"These courses are
generally taken during
the summer between the
junior and senior years."
Qualified students may
also take graduate course
work at the Galveston
facility prior to their ad-
mission to A&M
This program is an
agreement with A&M
since 1977, and is not re-
quired for students.
"I think it's very
beneficialy to students
because of the research
work with a professor and
having the opportunity to
use A&M's Marine
Science Laboratory for
field study," he said.
"Right now we have 20
student applications in
the program for this com-
"A new facility (dor-
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tuition are some of the
reasons I think students
should experience it,"
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