Bodega Marine Laboratory Program
See also Biological Sciences, Bodega Marine Laboratory Program.
In 2014, the new multi-college B.S. in Marine and Coastal Science (MCS) major started and the MCS field requirement can be fulfilled by any of the courses below.
A full quarter (15 units) of undergraduate course work in marine biology is available each spring quarter at the Bodega Marine Laboratory, located in Bodega Bay, California. Course offerings include lecture and laboratory instruction in the developmental biology and physiological adaptation of marine organisms, and population biology and ecology; a weekly colloquium; and an intensive individual research experience under the direction of laboratory faculty (Biological Sciences courses 122, 122P, 123; Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior 141, 141P). This is a 15 unit program and course offerings and instructors may vary from year to year. Applications are due January 31.
This integrated program offers students a multidisciplinary understanding of coastal ecosystems through intensive, hands on lab and field courses taught at Bodega Marine Laboratory. Applications are due April 15.
For more course detail, see full description under appropriate academic department listing or http://bml.ucdavis.edu/.
Course offerings and instructors may vary from year to year.
Bodega Marine Laboratory spring and summer programs are residential, with students housed on the laboratory grounds. Participants are assessed a room and board fee in addition to standard campus registration fees. Applications and consent of instructors are required.
Additional information is available from the Biology Academic Success Center, in 1023 Sciences Laboratory Building, or directly from:
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