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(BIOL 212) Marine Biology

A study of the biology of marine plants and animals with emphasis on the biota of the Central Pacific.

Credit Hours 3.0 Lecture
Prerequisites BIOL 113
Corequisites BIOL 212L
Offered Fall
Programs -

Course Outcomes

The purpose of this course is
1. To provide students the fundamental knowledge of the basic ecological and oceanographic principles of that influence marine life.
2. To provide students a survey of marine organismal biology and diversity.
3. For students to comprehend the importance and unique characteristics of different marine ecosystems.
4. To provide opportunities for students to apply fundamental knowledge of marine biology while conducting field investigations thereby allowing students to analyze, evaluate, and create additional understanding.