Fall Scientific Diving Course

The Fall Scientific Diving Course (MS 105) is a semester long course offered every Fall.

This course is designed to familiarize certified recreational divers with scientific diving techniques, and to qualify participants to dive under the auspices of MLML and the CSU and other AAUS institutions. The topics covered include diving physics, physiology, decompression, nitrox, night diving, specialized diving modes, and research diving. Students will receive NAUI and MLML certifications upon completion of the course.

Prerequisites: Open Water  SCUBA certification, upper division Science major status, physical examination, and the ability to pass a swim test.

Note: Science major credit for CSUF and SJSU undergraduate students only. Enrollment is limited to 12 students.

 

How to register for MLML classes

For current students enrolled at one of MLML’s consortium campuses (SJSU, CSUMB, Stanislaus State, Sacramento State, CSUEB, SFSU, Fresno State)
1. Email the class instructor for their permission to take the class
2. Forward the email from the instructor granting you permission to the MLML Graduate Program Coordinator
3. The MLML Grad Prog Coord will then help you officially enroll through your home CSU campus (either issuing you a permission code if applicable to your campus, or contacting your home campus dept./registrar to get you enrolled.)
4. Attend the first class meeting and confirm that you are correctly enrolled on both rosters (MLML’s and your home CSU’s)
 
For anyone else
1. Email the class instructor for their permission to take the class
2. Forward the email from the instructor granting you permission to the MLML Graduate Program Coordinator.
3. The MLML Grad Prog Coord will email you a signed registration form for you to complete and submit to CSUMB’s Open University office, to officially enroll in the class through the CSU. (https://csumb.edu/openu)
4. Submit form to CSUMB Open University office and pay corresponding fees.
5. Attend the first class meeting and confirm that you are correctly enrolled on both rosters (MLML’s and your home CSU’s)