Faculty of Marine sciences- Aqaba
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Our Vision
Our vision is to be the centre of excellence in marine sciences and technology education in Jordan, to produce scholars who can help the country’s economic development through sustainable utilization of inland and marine aquatic resources. In response to this, we strive to educate scientists and policy specialists with the broad vision needed to address national, regional and global problems. Meeting these problems often demands expertise in several disciplines, and our interdisciplinary curriculum teaching, research, and outreach reflects this reality.
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Our Golas
The Faculty of Marine Sciences (FMSC) is an interdisciplinary unit. As such, it draws faculty and student participation from a number of many other academic units of the university units. The faculty's mission is to provide academic leadership in marine sciences; its goals are to:
• Provide an excellent education and an interdisciplinary curriculum, emphasizing theoretical concepts of how ocean processes function, critical research thinking, independent research and hands-on technical and field training at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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Our Mission
In pursuit of its vision, Faculty of Marine Sciences will strive to produce outstanding internationally accredited graduates in the fields of marine sciences/oceanography with capabilities of learning and research, and are capable of building international collaborations, to contribute to the enrichment of education, socioeconomics, environment and resources of the country with special reference to marine resources and environments.
The Marine Sciences Program at the faculty of marine science of the university of Jordan aqaba branch shares the University's strong commitment to teaching, research and public service. We strive to describe, understand and predict the processes that regulate marine systems and connect these to the other components of the Earth's System, to assess the significance of change in marine systems and its consequences for humans and other organisms
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