Summer courses at Hatfield are hands-on. Students explore Oregon’s coastal and ocean ecosystems and their fantastic species diversity. They also have an opportunity to be trained in field and lab data collection and conservation approaches.
Oceanographic cruises, seabird and marine mammal observations, and field trips to coastal parks and marine reserves are all part of the learning adventure at Hatfield.
Are you an OSU student? If yes, talk to your advisor and contact us about how courses on the coast can advance your degree. Registration is identical to registration for all OSU classes.
Are you from another school? We look forward to meeting you in Oregon! Many schools have tuition and credit transfer agreements with OSU. Please talk with your advisor and contact us for more information.
|ART 399/499/599 Special Topics: Creative Coast (Cape Perpetua)||MTWRF||4|
|BI 353 - Pacific Northwest Coastal Ecosystems||TTH||4|
|FW 302 - Biology and Conservation of Marine Mammals||MW||4|
|BOT 417 / BOT 517 - Phycology||MWF||4|
|OC 201 Lecture / Lab - Oceanography||T/TH||4|
|OC 433 / 533 - Coastal & Estuarine Oceanography||TTH||3|
|FW 324 - Food From the Sea||MW||3|
|FW 301 - Field Techniques for Marine Mammal Conservation||Sat/Sun (6/25-6/26)||1|
|PAC 247 - Surfing (see OSU course catalog)||TBD||1|
|FW 302 - Biology and Conservation of Marine Mammals||TTH||4|
|FW 331 - Ecology of Marine and Estuarine Birds||MW||4|
|OC 340 - Biological Oceanography||TTH||4|
|Z 461/ IB 561 - Marine and Estuarine Invertebrate Zoology||MWF||4|
|FW 498 / FW 598 - Aquaculture Laboratory||M-F||3|
BI/ENSC/FW/OC 401 - Research and Scholarship credit available
BI/ENSC/FW/OC 410 - Internship credit available
Below are PDF flyers for the above summer courses. (4/8/2022)