Graduate Diploma of Science (Marine Biology and Ecology)
This course enable graduates to develop their knowledge and skills in quantitative marine ecology, conservation biology and the biology, life history and taxonomy of tropical marine organisms.
|Mode|| On campus study.
Part time available
The course enable graduates to develop their knowledge and skills in quantitative marine ecology, conservation biology, and the biology, life history and taxonomy of tropical marine organisms.
How you will study
Preliminary coursework subjects are offered in the main study periods. Many subjects involve independent research projects and field trips. More advanced subjects are offered by block mode, which are 2-week intensive sessions on campus or at JCU’s research stations.
Coursework programs are flexible, with a range of electives available. Students devise a study program to meet their professional goals, in consultation with the course coordinator. Programs may contain a research component, if approved.
The School of Marine and Tropical Biology teaches this course. The School is a leading education and research centre for biology in the tropics.
Internationally-recognised undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs in biological sciences
dedicated research vessel, and research stations at Orpheus Island and Paluma
more tropical courses and subjects than any other institution in the world
teaching and research facilities including the Advanced Analytical Centre and the Aquaculture Research Facility.
This website is intended as general guide. Prospective students should contact the university to confirm admission requirements and the availability of courses. James Cook University reserves the right to alter any course or admission requirement without prior notice.