Courses can be found by quarter or by keyword search. Please note that many spring and autumn courses are offered only as a part of either the Zoo-Bot Program or Spring/Autumn Marine Sciences.
Students are encouraged to check with an advisor at their home institution to confirm that University of Washington credits earned through coursework at FHL are transferable.
To receive a transcript for a course completed at FHL, follow instructions provided at the this UW website. Please note that your transcript from UW may list a course title that does not exactly match the title of the course you complete at FHL. The course title on the transcript will list the UW “umbrella” course title under which the FHL course is offered.
This course will provide intensive training in marine ecology, invertebrate biology, conservation biology and avian biology, plus hands-on research experience testing the effects of protected and unprotected areas on marine/terrestrial subsidies.
This course focuses on learning key ecological concepts, skills, and tools applied to the subtidal marine environment. Students will be trained as scientific divers in accordance with the standards set by American Academy of Underwater Scientists.
This course will focus on project-based investigations of fundamental principles from physics and how they apply to animals in marine environments, with a focus on octopuses. Students will also learn experimental design and analysis techniques.