Choosing a CSU Consortium Campus
Prospective students will need to research which of the seven consortium campuses best meets their needs. When researching the campuses, students should take into consideration registration fees, student funding opportunities, continuous enrollment policies, and other campus specific requirements. Prospective students are encouraged to discuss consortium campus differences with their potential faculty advisor, MLML students, and the MLML Graduate Coordinator. Degree Requirements are the same for all MLML students regardless of home campus; admission, retention, and graduation requirements, however, vary slightly by campus. To learn more about the CSU consortium campuses, click on the links below.
Currently, San Francisco State University is not accepting applications for admission to the MLML MS in Marine Science degree program. Please be sure to apply through another of the consortium campuses.