Biology is the study of life. It's the study of the simplest forms of plants and animals -- think algae and one-celled animals - to the highly complex.
It's the study of how organisms interact with their environment. It's the study of genes and how they're inherited from one generation to another.
It's the study of how evolution has changed the behaviour, ecology and development of the creatures that live on earth.
Biology is fascinating science and our students are not just attending lectures. They're peering through state-of-the-art microscopes, dipping their toes in tidal pools and getting their hands dirty in our greenhouse.
Sarah Iverson not only brings her research on seals to the classroom - she brings her classroom to the seals. More
The right whale to study More...
Understanding a vulnerable species More ...
|Sept 2||Labour Day|
|Sept 5||Classes begin|
|Sept 20||Fees due for fall term|
|Oct 14||Thanksgiving Day|
|Nov 11||Remembrance Day|
|Dec 3||Classes end|
|Dec 5-16||Exam period|
|Jan 6||Classes begin|
|Jan 17||Fees due for winter term|
|Feb 7||Munro Day|
|Feb 17-21||Study break|
Spring and Summer Classes 2013
BIOL3622 – Ornithology – C. Staicer
MARI3627 - Conservation of Sharks, Skates and Rays - B. Worm
BIOL3680 – Scientific Diving methods for Marine Biology - R. Scheibling, A. Pinder
BIOL3800 – Experiential Learning – L. Gibson