BACHELOR OF MARINE BIOLOGY

Overview

Deakin’s marine biology course provides you with a unique opportunity to study temperate marine biology in an environment that has some of the highest biodiversity in Australia. Through extensive hands-on laboratory and fieldwork experiences you’ll discover the great diversity that exists in coastal and oceanic ecosystems, and learn how to sustainably manage precious marine environments.

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Entry Requirements

• 9 points in Sri Lankan National A/Levels
• 6 points in UK A/Levels*

*To calculate A/L (UK) points: A*/A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1
  To calculate A/L (Sri Lanka) points: A*/A=5, B=4, C=3, S=2

Or

If the above grades are not obtained, the student is required to complete the Deakin Foundation Programme.

 

Course Structure

The course comprises a total of 8 credit points.

Year 1

SLE133   Chemistry in Our World
SLE115    Essential Skills in Bioscience
SIT191     Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
SLE111    Cells and Genes
SLE123   Physics for the Life Sciences
SLE132   Biology: Form and Function
SLE155   Chemistry for the Professional Sciences
SLE103   Ecology and the Environment

For Year 2 and Year 3 subjects, refer to  www.deakin.edu.au