Where Can I Study Marine Biology In South Africa

What is Marine Biology?

Marine biology is the scientific study of the biology of marine life and organisms in the sea. 

Where Can I Study Marine Biology In South Africa?

The School of Life Sciences at the University of Kwazulu Natal offers a three-year undergraduate program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology.

How many years can it take to become a marine biologist?

In general, it takes about four years of college after high school to earn your degree to become a marine biologist. Explore more marine careers for ocean lovers and their degree requirements on Unity’s blog.

Which course is best for Marine Biology?

Biochemistry of Marine Animals.

Conservation Biology and Policy.

Marine Ecology.

Molecular Biology.

Physiology of Marine Animals.

What qualifications do I need to be a marine biologist?

Most marine biologist jobs require an undergraduate (Bachelor’s) degree in (marine) biology or ecology, aquatic biology, animal science, zoology, botany, or conservation biology.

Many also accept degrees in a related field such as environmental science, natural resources management, geology, or oceanography.