Marine Biology

Marine biology is the study of all marine beings, starting from microbes and planktons, to plants and animals. Marine biologists study the interactions and behaviours of marine life with their environs. With the rise in ecological degradation, Marine Biologists try to know how these challenges are affecting marine organisms, and arise with solutions to treat and control them. Methods employed in this field include sonars, trawlers, and satellites.

Academic Entry Requirement

  • Grade 12 – Clear Class XII with Science Stream
  • Graduation – Pursue B.Sc. (Hons) in Aquaculture or B.Sc. (Hons) in Biological Sciences or B.Sc. (Hons) in Life Sciences.
  • After Graduation – Pursue M.Sc. in Marine Biology or M.Sc. in Oceanography.
  • After Post graduation – Pursue Ph.D.

Degree In

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Marine Biology
  • Master’s Program in Marine Biology
  • D. in Marine Biology

Who can hire?

Government agencies, Universities and conservation groups employ marine experts to study and stimulate understanding of marine life.

Professional Career

A career in Marine Biology means you might work in a govt. or private lab carrying out investigation, for example, experts in the Marine Biology investigate the physiological, ecological, biochemical and cellular characteristics of marine bacteria, animals and plants. You might teach, work underwater and outdoors, or even in an office. It’s most probable that you would work in a variety of environs during your career.