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  1. The mini-course: from Basic marine biology to Some of my best friends are witches: A project (Masters' theses.Secondary Education.Social Studies) by Alan James Trombley, 1975
  2. The major marine plant and invertebrate animal phyla (A high school course in marine ecology, Unit 3 addendum) by Judith M Spitsbergen, 1971
  3. Degree Course Guides 1992-93: Biological Sciences (Including Biology, Botany, Cell and Marine Biology, Genetics and Zoology) (CRAC Degree Course Guides)
  4. Degree Course Guides 1994-95: Biological Sciences Comprising Biology, Botany, Cell and Molecular Biology, Marine Biology, Genetics and Zoology

21. North West Higher Education Summer Schools 2003
North West Higher Education Summer schools 2003. It also serves as a national facilityfor marine biology field courses hosting visiting classes from a
North West Higher Education Summer Schools 2003 UNIVERSITY OF LONDON MARINE BIOLOGICAL STATION Location: University Marine Biological Station, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae, S.W. Scotland Dates th th August, 2003 (arrive 11 th , depart early 18 th Places: 40 Residential places. Course Content: The course develops student interest in marine life and the marine environment to illustrate the creative and experimental nature of science and the rewards of field based study. Over 6 days student teams experience and learn about a series of different environments and activities, and develop creative their creative skills by planning and completing investigative mini-projects: kelp forests and rocky shores: snorkelling small boat handling: sea-birds and seals trip on the research vessel: sea-bed sampling hidden life in sandy shores plankton and the open sea island habitats: managing the coast In the evening a series of seminars provides students with a chance to learn about the experiences of those who have followed careers in marine science. Staffing: The course leader will be Dr. Rupert Ormond, Director of the Marine Station. Other staff will include several of the Marine Station’s regular tutors and postgraduate teaching assistants, as well as technical staff, ship’s crew and professional divers.

22. Bloomsburg University - Biology
knowledge, perspective and experience of teachers of biology in secondary schools. usethis facility to take graduatelevel courses in marine biology or to
Chairperson: Margaret Till
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General Information The study of living systems prepares students for an exciting variety of professions. Bloomsburg University graduates who major in the biological and allied health sciences find employment in a wide spectrum of careers or continue with their studies in professional school or graduate school. Many enter the work force as allied health professionals, as laboratory or field technicians, or as teachers. They work in private industry, research centers, health care facilities and government agencies. The Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences offers a small school's personal attention while providing a large school's opportunities. Since upper-level class size averages between 12 and 15 students, there is ample opportunity for individualized interaction between faculty and students and for hands-on experience. Opportunities for independent studies and internships are also available. Each of the 18 full-time and one part-time faculty holds a Ph.D. The areas of faculty specialization include animal behavior, animal physiology, botany, cell biology, development, ecology, environmental microbiology, exercise, physiology, genetics, herpetology, human genetics, immunology, marine biology, medical microbiology, molecular biology, mycology, parasitology, plant pathology, plant physiology and plant systematics. The collective experiences and training of the faculty afford each student the opportunity to develop under a highly competent tutelage.

23. Biology At Augsburg
of the upper division biology courses listed above or BIO 340 marine biology of the Manymedical schools also require two semesters of calculus biology courses.

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biology majors go on to graduate schools at other 2 or 3 additional upper divisionlife science courses. Options in marine biology, Genetics, Cell biology, and
...the science of life
All living organisms are the basic concern of biology. Biologists are interested in how living things begin, how they develop, how they function, and where they are found. The Biology Program at Oregon State University brings together faculty and subject matter from all the specialized departments within the biological sciences—from botany, the study of plants; from zoology, the study of animals; from microbiology, the study of minute organisms; from biochemistry and biophysics, the chemical and physical basis of life; and from entomology, the study of insects. The Biology Program provides students with broad but rigorous coursework in the life sciences. Career Opportunities in Biology Biology is basic to many disciplines and professions. It offers career opportunities in government agencies, business firms, and industry. An undergraduate biology major also receives excellent preparation for graduate school or one of the professional schools, such as medicine, dentistry, optometry, or veterinary medicine. Biologists work in food production, in medicine, with regulatory agencies, and with public and private groups concerned about the environment. Others teach or do research, or both. Some recent OSU biology graduates are employed as:
  • biological researcher
  • naturalists
  • aquatic ecologists
  • physicians
  • veterinarians
  • dentists
  • environmental consultants
  • sales representatives for pharmaceutical or publishing companies
  • teacher in high schools, community colleges, and universities
  • 25. Waynflete School | Schools
    electives in Environmental Studies, marine biology, Conceptual Physics The Schooloffers interdisciplinary courses in Word Middle and Lower schools, the faculty
    Upper School Curriculum The Upper School program offers a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum with small classes and close, supportive student/teacher relationships. English
    English classes in the ninth and tenth grades explore the literary themes of "The Fall" and "The Journey" respectively, while pursuing both analytical and personal writing. Each semester, juniors and seniors choose from a range of writing and literary electives. History
    The History Department offers survey courses in European and American history, stressing research, writing, and study skills. The Department also offers a variety of stimulating electives to juniors and seniors, including courses on the Bill of Rights, Anthropology, World Religions, and Russian History. Science
    The Science Department offers year-long courses in Biology, Advanced Biology, Chemistry, Advanced Chemistry, Physics, and Advanced Physics. It also offers semester-long electives in Environmental Studies, Marine Biology, Conceptual Physics, and Bioethics. Math
    The math program takes students through an Algebra/Geometry sequence and advanced courses in Trigonometry and Functions, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus. Math electives include Business and Finance and Math in Art and Nature.

    26. UCSB General Catalog - Ecology, Evolution, And Marine Biology
    Note Organic Chemistry may be required by some graduate or professional schools.Consult with an advisor. Ecology, Evolution, and marine biology courses.
    Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology
    Division of Mathematical, Life, and Physical Sciences,
    Bren Building, Room 4312;
    Telephone (805) 893-3511
    Undergraduate Information (805) 893-
    Graduate Information (805) 893-3023 Undergraduate e-mail:
    Graduate e-mail:
    (will open in a new browser window) Department Chair: Roger Nisbet Index: Faculty Alice L. Alldredge , Ph.D., UC Davis, Professor (marine biology) Mark A. Brzezinski , Ph.D., Oregon State University, Professor (biological oceanography) Craig Carlson , Ph.D., University of Maryland, Assistant Professor (marine microbial ecology) David J. Chapman , Ph.D., UC San Diego, Professor (phycology, biochemical evolution) James J. Childress , Ph.D., Stanford University, Professor (ecological physiology) Peter M. Collins , Ph.D., University of London, Professor (endocrinology) Scott D. Cooper

    27. Undergrads Benefit In Biology Program
    We start our students in marine biology courses by spring This would never have happenedat the other schools I looked at, not at this time of year and not for

    28. Frequently Asked Questions About The OCCC Aquarium Technology Program
    schools because the college and its courses are accredited through the NorthwestAssociation of schools and Colleges Is this a marine biology program
    Why an Aquarium Science Program?
    Are the Aquarium Science credits transferable?
    This situation depends on what school you are transferring to. The general education credit hours you earn at OCCC will transfer to other schools because the college and its courses are accredited through the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. Since some classes may not have an equivalent course at your transfer school, these credits would likely be credited as undergraduate electives. Some may not transfer see the college advisor for more detailed questions.
    Is this a marine biology program?
    The Aquarium Science Program does not substitute for marine biology. A number of concepts covered in marine biology will also be addressed in the Aquarium Science Program.
    What will this program allow me to do?
    The program is designed to provide instruction and student opportunities to learn aquatic animal husbandry skills. These skills can be marketed to a number of organizations such as public aquariums, research groups, fish hatcheries, aquaculture production facilities, ornamental fish trade including retail, wholesale or fish farm production levels. One could also use their skills to create an aquarium maintenance business.
    I want to be a dolphin trainer. Will this help me become one?

    29. - Everything Ocean
    Although many good schools offer bachelor degrees in marine biology, it related courses,and pursue semesters abroad and summer courses in marine biology.
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    Do you have something you've always wanted to know about the ocean?
    Now's your chance to ask an expert... Featured Question I would like to know the best college to go to for becoming a marine biologist
    when I grow up?
    From Simone, Chicago IL Marine Biology Schools I f you want to become a marine biologist, my suggestion would be to get a college degree in biology. Although many good schools offer bachelor degrees in marine biology, it is better to get a good basis in ecological science, as well as chemistry, and then pursue a masters or PhD in marine biology. During college, you should take marine-related courses, and pursue semesters abroad and summer courses in marine biology. You should also probably get certified as a scuba diver at some point. It's really fun and helps a lot when you are doing research underwater.

    30. The Living Planet-education
    Our marine Science Centers are located in many Junior High and High schools aroundUtah providing students inclassroom educational marine biology courses.
    For the Wasatch Front's 300,000-plus public-school students, the Education Center at The Living Planet Aquarium will offer academic programs, field trips, summer study camps and invaluable hands-on learning that to Utah's children would not otherwise be accessible. (Where else could students in this land-locked state take a walk through a tropical rain forest, hold a starfish, or pet a stingray?)
    As a center of science education, The Living Planet Aquarium will also serve as "living laboratory" for students and scientists exploring the secrets of the natural world. Some of these additions to the education system are already in place! Call 801-320-9951 or send us an email and
    GET INVOLVED TODAY EDUCATION PROGRAMS AquaVan Rain Forest Van Marine Science Centers Rain Forest Holding Facility ... University Curriculum Outreach Programs The Living Planet Aquarium Outreach programs are providing exciting educational activities for school children around the state of Utah.

    31. OUP Marine Biology (2/e) Levinton
    Teachers in UK and European schools (and FE colleges in the UK major inroads intothe sophomore and nonmajors level marine biology courses, where Sumich and

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    33. Newspage15
    Dr. Hooper explained that the first of these schools is designed to be seabirds andmarine mammals, as well as the introduction of non-marine biology courses.
    Front Cover News In Brief Meet Memorial ... Division of University Relations Homepage
    (September 21, 2000, Gazette
    Summer science in Bonne Bay
    By Kelley Power
    From May to August, the Biology Department offers several courses at the field station which are open to students with at least a second year university background in biology or environmental science.
    Dr. Bob Hooper, who is responsible for organizing the summer activities at Bonne Bay, said that since the program was begun in 1979, the demand for courses has been high. In fact, several students have to be turned away every year because the high level of interest exceeds the available space.
    While some of the courses involve a mixture of class work and field trips, two separate two-week field schools are also offered. Dr. Hooper explained that the first of these schools is designed to be introductory, discussing principal marine environments, organisms and techniques.
    It is this hands-on approach to learning that seems to attract people to the program. The opportunity to study marine species in their natural habitat was frequently mentioned by students as a highlight of their time in Bonne Bay.

    of the two local Colleges and representatives of schools interested in of Charlestonwould establish a system of general and marine biology courses as well as Article 03.htm
    Fort Johnson Site Planned As Joint Facility Of College of Charleston And Medical College of S. C. News and Courier, March 21, 1954 Use of Fort Johnson on a joint basis by the College of Charleston and the Medical College of South Carolina was proposed here yesterday. Plans were discussed for use of half of the site by the College of Charleston, in co-operation with other Southeastern region schools, and use of the other half by the medical college as an animal research farm. Announcement was made at a luncheon meeting in the Fort Sumter Hotel that the two Charleston schools have filed joint applications for the site. The applications were made to Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, federal secretary for health, education and welfare. As surplus government property, the former quarantine station is now under Mrs. Hobby's jurisdiction. Officials of the two local Colleges and representatives of schools interested in establishment of a marine biological research station and marine biological summer school toured the area a 97-acre site on James Island. Under the program outlined here, the medical college would transfer its present animal colony from quarters a-top a wing of the college to the James Island site. The wooded, and fairly secluded area, would permit enlargement of the colony and a widening of the medical school's research program Dr. Kenneth M. Lynch, president of the college, stated in his application.

    35. Marine Biology Comprehensive
    of approved courses for each institution. Specific requirements for students majoringin marine biology Comprehensive at Alabama public twoyear schools and
    Entering freshmen and transfer students with fewer than twenty semester hours are required to take UWA 101, Freshman Seminar, (two credit hours) during their first semester of enrollment. UWA Lower-Level Degree Requirements for a
    Effective: Fall 2002 Core Curriculum Requirements Students transferring from Alabama public two-year and four-year colleges and universities should consult the AGSC site for complete details regarding Areas I-IV for all majors, including the list of approved courses for each institution. Specific requirements for students majoring in Marine Biology Comprehensive at Alabama public two-year schools and for UWA pre-Marine Biology Comprehensive majors are included below. AREA I Written Composition (6 semester hours) AGSC: No specific courses required for Marine Biology Comprehensive majors beyond the AGSC requirements.

    36. Suggested Coursework - CSB | SJU - Biology Department
    Professional schools in these areas will teach the appropriate biology courses Suggestedfor Other Selected Areas marine biology or Biological Oceanography
    Suggested Coursework for Selected Fields of Study
    The field of biology is vast, and there are a huge number of specialties and careers possible. Below we suggest some possible course selections that students might consider to help prepare them for careers in a few areas of biology. This is not an exhaustive list! If you have questions about other interest areas or about modifications to suggested sequences, then please talk to an advisor in the biology department. Whenever possible, the course selections are taken from the recommendations for admission to top graduate or professional schools in that area. However, these suggestions are not designed for any particular program or employer. If a student is interested in a certain employer or graduate/professional program, they should determine the eligibility or admission requirements from them. Pre-dentistry, Pre-medicine, or Pre-veterinary preparation: Health Pre-Professional Programs web site. Biology Courses Suggested for Other Selected Areas:
    Animal Behavior:
    305 Invertebrate Zoology 309 Biology of Insects 316 Genetics 323 Animal Physiology 332 Natural History of Terrestrial Vertebrates 336 Behavioral Ecology 339 Evolution
    305 Invertebrate Zoology or 306 Plant Diversity 307 Biology of Microorganisms 308 Plant Taxonomy or 330 Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates 311 Cell Biology 316 Genetics 317 Intro. Biochemistry

    37. KWC Department Of Biology
    of C or better in each of the above courses. to that of many larger schools electronicbalances biology 2402 Tropical marine biology - 4 semester hours.
    KWC Department of Biology
  • About the Department The Kentucky Wesleyan College Department of Biology offers a broad selection of courses for students with varied interests and career objectives. Students interested in health fields ( medicine , dentistry, medical technology, physical therapy, veterinary medicine), research, conservation/forestry, teaching, or a specific area of botany or zoology can select from this variety of courses and, in conjunction with their faculty advisers, design personalized programs. Recent biology graduates have become physicians , dentists, microbiologists, ecologists, veterinarians, optometrists, teachers, and environmental scientists
  • Degree Options B.S. or B.A. in biology. The B.A. degree requires intermediate level foreign language competency. Both degrees include comparable course work in biology (35 semester hours) with supporting course work in chemistry, mathematics and physics. Variations in biology course work are related to students' interests and career intentions. For example, those interested in environmental science opportunities will include several environmental science courses toward the biology major, those interested in
  • 38. Tropical Marine Network Program
    schools contributing to the Tropical marine Network at JCU include JCU has thegreatest diversity of marine biology and environmental courses that are

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    Tropical Marine Network Program
    Schools contributing to the Tropical Marine Network at JCU include:
    Marine Biology and Aquaculture

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    About the Tropical Marine Network
    About the course at JCU
    Information for new students
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    (TROPICAL MARINE NETWORK PROGRAM) If you are fascinated and inspired by the Great Barrier Reef and have broad interests that include marine biology, environmental sciences, earth and physical sciences as well as mathematics, this could be the program for you. JCU has the greatest diversity of marine biology and environmental courses that are available in Australia. The University also has international strengths in the areas of earth science and oceanography. This degree is a new interdisciplinary major in Marine Science, offered in conjunction with the University of Sydney and the University of Queensland.

    39. JCU - JCU Handbooks 2003 - Part 2 (SE/MHMS)
    by staff members of other University schools and by marine biology students may alsoparticipate in interschool Graduate Diploma of Science courses and the
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    JCU Handbooks 2003 - Part 2 (SE/MHMS)
    Postgraduate studies in Information Technology are available at Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters levels in three distinctive fields of study: E-Business, Multimedia or Networking. A combined Masters degree involving Information Technology and Business Administration is also available. The E-Business specialisation is designed to provide a mix of business and marketing skills, multimedia production and support skills and computer networking skills. It provides a path for business, commerce and other non-computer science/information technology graduates, as well as for CS/IT graduates, seeking to move into the IT/E-Business industry. The Multimedia specialisation is designed to provide computer skills for multimedia content production and support. It provides a path for non-computer science/information technology graduates, as well as for CS/IT graduates, seeking to move into the multimedia industry. GRADUATE COURSES Graduate courses in Information Technology include Graduate Certificate (12 units), Graduate Diploma (24 units) and Masters (36 units). The required units must be chosen in one of the fields of study, ie e-business, multimedia or networking (see Schedules below).

    40. Marine Biology Honors Series
    many departments, programs, schools, and colleges devoted, in whole or in part,to the study of marine systems. Three new courses in marine biology will be
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    Marine Biology Honors Series
    The Pacific is our largest ocean, the cradle of marine diversity, and the source of most of the world's seafood. At the edge of the Pacific, the University of Washington is the pre-eminent teaching and research institution in the Pacific Northwest, with many departments, programs, schools, and colleges devoted, in whole or in part, to the study of marine systems. Three new courses in Marine Biology will be offered beginning in the 2001-2002 academic year. Each course will explore physical, biological, and social dimensions of the marine realm. All courses will expose students to the sea in lectures, laboratories, and field excursions. While the Fall quarter will be open to all students (with a separate honors section), the Winter and Spring quarters will be honors only. Students will receive a broad overview in the Fall, delve into the physical-biological linkages that define marine organisms and their communities in the Winter, and experience the marine environment firsthand in the Spring. Fall Quarter: Marine Biology FISH/OCEAN 250
    Blending descriptive marine biology with field trips; readings from the Web, primary literature, and newspaper clippings; and discussion, the goal of the Fall quarter class will be to define the place of marine biology and ocean research within socioeconomic drivers such as the need for and success of current aquatic natural resource management programs. Labs for this course will include one mandatory field trip, active teaming, computer analysis of existing data sets, and guest-speaker led examination of specific ethical and scientific issues in Pacific Northwest marine biology.

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