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OCB 2725 - Diseases and Parasites in Marine Aquaculture
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: Passing OCB 2721C with a C or better
Co-requisites: OCB 2725L
A survey of the parasites and diseases that impact marine organisms with an emphasis on those diseases that
commonly affect marine aquaculture operations. Students will learn basic factors that influence disease transmission and
the ecology of parasitic organisms as it pertains to the host. Student will be introduced to diagnostic techniques to identify
the source of disease or infection, as well as common treatment methods. Diagnostic techniques and treatment protocols
will be reinforced in the co-requisite lab for this course.
OCB 2725L - Diseases and Parasites in Marine Aquaculture Lab
1.000 Credits
Prerequisites: Passing OCB 2721C with a C or better
Co-requisites: OCB 2725
A survey of the parasites and diseases that impact marine organisms with an emphasis on those diseases that
commonly affect marine aquaculture operations. Students will learn basic diagnostic techniques to identify the source of
disease or infection, as well as common treatment methods.
OCB 2905 - Directed Individual Study
4.000 Credits
Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor
OCE 1001 - Introduction to Oceanography
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: College level reading and writing scores on placement tests or passing REA 0017 and InC 0025 with a C or
higher (CR C)
This course is intended for non-science majors and is an introduction to the science of oceanography. Topics include
physics and chemistry of seawater, major ocean basins and features of the coastline, major ocean circulation patterns and
currents, characteristics of deep and shallow water waves and the tides along with interactions of atmosphere with the
oceans.
PCB 2030 - Environmental Biology
3.000 Credits
This course emphasizes man’s relationship to the environment and all other living organisms. Included are population
dynamics, ecosystems, evolution, and pollution. These principles are used to provide an understanding of environmental
management and resource conservation.
PEN 1136C - Scuba Diving
2.000 Credits
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This is an extensive course for training persons
in open water recreational diving. Students will be expected to supply their own snorkeling equipment. Satisfactory
completion of this course leads to internationally recognized scuba certification. Students must demonstrate satisfactory
swimming ability, physical stamina and emotional stability to instructor at the first lab. Medical certificate may be required.
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