Bodega Marine Laboratory Program

http://bml.ucdavis.edu/

See also Biological Sciences, Bodega Marine Laboratory Program.

Integrative marine science courses at BML offer a multidisciplinary understanding of coastal systems through hands-on research, lab and field based courses. The program includes courses during spring quarter, Summer Sessions One and Two.

Spring Quarter Program

The spring quarter curriculum is currently under revision and a new integrated curriculum will be in place in the near future that is 12-15 units. For updates, please check http://bml.ucdavis.edu/. Scholarships will be available to defray the costs of housing at BML.

For more details, follow developments of the spring quarter curriculum on the BML website at http://bml.ucdavis.edu/.

Summer Session Courses

This integrated program offers students a multidisciplinary understanding of coastal ecosystems and oceanography through intensive, hands on lab and field courses taught at Bodega Marine Laboratory. Students can take up to 10 units in each Summer Session. Applications are due in Spring of each year. Scholarships are available to defray the costs of housing at BML.

For more course detail, see full description under appropriate academic department listing or http://bml.ucdavis.edu/.

Offerings include:

Summer Session One

Coastal Marine Research and Experimental Invertebrate Biology. BIS 124, EVE 114

Effects of Coastal Pollution on Marine Organisms. ETX/NUT 127

Summer Session Two

Biological Oceanography. GEL/ESP 150C

Coastal Oceanography. ESP 152

Global Change Ecology. ESP 120

Marine and Coastal Field Ecology. ESP 124

Course offerings, sequence structure 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. Financial aid may be available to eligible students from campus. Scholarships are available from Bodega Marine Laboratory. Applications and consent of instructors are required.

Additional information is available directly from:

Bodega Marine Laboratory
P.O. Box 247
Bodega Bay, CA 94923
707-875-2211; http://bml.ucdavis.edu/