Study of marine plants such as mangroves and
seagrasses including algae (microalgae and macroalgae or seaweeds), their
nature and evolution, classification, distribution, habitats, morphology,
physiology, and reproduction.
- Faculty: Julissah Evangelio
In this course, students will learn what marine
invertebrates are, how they are classified, how each is similar and different
to ourselves and how each is connected to us. The anatomy and life history of
approximately 35 recognized invertebrate phyla, their evolutionary relationships,
and their ecological roles in marine environments will be
covered. Students will go to the habitats where marine invertebrates live
including tide pools, and experimental aquaria.
- Faculty: Analyn Mazo
This course covers the classification of marine fishes, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Topics include identification, feeding behavior, reproduction, migration, and other marine vertebrate characteristics.
- Faculty: Art Russel Flandez