Biology III: HS Marine Biology & Lab
Marine Biology concentrates on marine wildlife and marine habitats. The course investigates general oceanography; the abiotic and biotic factors influencing the various marine environs; marine animal and plant habits and life cycles; the anatomy of many macroscopic marine creatures, such as clams, starfish, and sharks; and man’s interaction with the marine world. The lab component includes microscopic studies, dissections, observation of live specimens and activities designed to help students understand a wide range of concepts related to marine life. In addition, students will participate in trips to the Georgia Aquarium, Tennesee Aquarium, and Education Escape’s Barrier Island trip. Students will serve as instructional assistants to younger students on the BI trip.
HS Biology pre-requisite.
Text & supporting materials to be provided by the student:
Exploring Creation with Marine Biology, 2nd edition, Apologia Educational Ministries.
The Seaside Naturalist: A Guide to Study at the Seashore, Deborah A. Coulombe, Fireside Edition 1992. (Obtain through Amazon.)
Tuition: $90/mo OR $392/sem OR $775/yr
Lab Fee: $130 due Sept 1 (includes Engrade, all lab materials, including dissection kit & goggles)
Optional: $85 off Spring Barrier Island field trip (5day/4night dates TBD & cost under $400)