Home > Animal Online Courses > Zoo Keeping & Wildlife Courses > MARINE STUDIES B BEN203

MARINE STUDIES B - Online Course

Marine science is a field that studies various aspects of oceans as well as coastal or inland waters. Also, It deals with the animals and plants of the sea and estuaries and with airborne and terrestrial organisms that depend directly on bodies of saltwater for food and other necessities. Marine biologists study the relations between ocean phenomena and the distribution and adaptations of organisms.

This course follows on from Marine studies I, and is an excellant opportunity to extend your knowledge of a wide variety of marine organisms.

It contains a  range of knowledge that will boost the rewards for those seriously interested in the marine world of their recreational or career-linked persuits. Divers, Fishermen and those involved in Marine Tourism will find this course particulaly useful.   You will learn about many types of marine organisms, focusing mostly on  Protists, Sponges, Marine plants, Cnidarians, Worms, Arthropods, Molluscs, Echinoderms, Non Bony Fish, Bony Fish and selected Marine Mammals.

stingray estuary feedinggreat white sharktuna NSW Australia 

Additional study paths would include conservation and enviromental management, wildlife conservation, zookeeping and tourism related courses such as adventure tourism, tourism I and II, ecotour management and ecoutour guiding.

Attractive discounts apply for multiple course pathways [see our 'discounts and payment plan' page]

Contact one of our consultants for advice on the best combination of courses to achieve your goals: info@careerlinecourses.asia or phone +63 2 436 9118

Lessons

There are 10 lessons in this course:

  1. Introduction and Simple Organisms (Protists, Sponges etc)
  2. Marine Plants
  3. Cnidarians and Worms:
    • Anemones
    • Jellyfish
    • Crustaceans
    • Flatworms
  4. Arthropods
  5. Molluscs
  6. Echinoderms:
    • Starfish
    • Sea Urchins
    • Sea Cucumbers
  7. Non Bony Fishes:
    • Lampreys
    • Hagfishes
    • Sharks
    • Rays
  8. Bony Fishes A
  9. Bony Fishes B
  10. Marine Mammals
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.

Aims

  • Describe the variety and nature of microscopic animals which occur in marine environments.
  • Describe the variety and nature of a range of different types of marine plants.
  • Describe the variety and nature of a range of different types of cnidarians and marine worms.
  • Describe the variety and nature of arthropods in marine environments.
  • Describe the variety and nature of Molluscs in marine environments.
  • Differentiate between different classes of Echinoderms and selected families within those classes.
  • Describe the shared characteristics and distinguishing features of a selection of different species of non-bony fish.
  • Describe characteristics of bony fish, including anatomy, physiology and behaviour.
  • Differentiate between different families of bony fish.
  • Describe the taxonomic characteristics of groups of marine animals including reptiles, birds and mammals.
Enrolment Information
Philippine: P13,500.00 PHP
Course Code: BEN203
Duration: 100 hours
Qualification: Certificate
Exam: Optional
Select Currency
Select Your Study Method
Select Your Payment Option
Enter Your Voucher Code


Solution Graphics

Find, Follow & Friend Us!


  

© 2012 Careerline Courses and Education Pty Ltd. All rights Reserved.
Powered by
Course Merchant
Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy | Photo Credits