10 South Street  NY, NY 10004

HARBOR CLASS

 

The New York Harbor School

10 South Street, Slip 7

New York, New York 10004

 212 458 0800

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Introduction to New York Harbor Class focuses on a scientific, cultural, historical, and geographic introduction to the New York Harbor and the various water bodies that make up the estuary. This Freshman course is also the students’ introduction to the seven Career and Technical Education programs of study: Aquaculture, Marine Biology Research, Marine Policy and Advocacy Marine Systems Technology, Ocean Engineering, Professional Diving, and Vessel Operations. Students visit different sections of the estuary and meet environmentalists, boat builders, industry personnel, waterfront advocates and others professionals. Students also study specific scientific concepts. They compare and contrast the water bodies in terms of their physical make-up, aquatic life, industrial uses, environmental issues, and restoration work.

DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

Teaching Faculty

Introduction to

New York Harbor

Courses

estuary

A semi-enclosed coastal body of water which has a free connection with the open sea.

10 South Street NY, NY 10004

 212 458 0800