Marine biology studies marine organisms, their behaviors, and their interactions with the environment. Marine biologists study biological oceanography and the associated chemical, physical, and geological oceanography fields to understand marine organisms.


Marine Ecology is the scientific study of marine-life habitats, populations, and interactions among organisms and the surrounding environment, including their abiotic (non-living physical and chemical factors that affect the ability of organisms to survive and reproduce) and biotic factors (living things or the materials that directly or indirectly affect an organism in its environment).


Oceanography is the interdisiciplinary study of the global oceans—from shallow coastal areas to the deepest ocean trenches, from the tropics to the polar seas. It’s typically divided into four sub-disciplines: physical oceanography (the study of waves, currents, tides, and ocean energy); geological oceanography (the study of the sediments, rocks, and structure of the seafloor and coastal margins); chemical oceanography (the study of the composition and properties of seawater); and biological oceanography (the study of marine organisms and their interactions with the ocean environment).

About Us

We don’t just teach marine and fisheries science, we do manage the sustainability of marine and fisheries. And so will you – through lectures, practical, field course, research project and undergraduate thesis. Our staff are expertise in their fields, marine and fisheries management, oceanography, marine biotechnology, fishery acoustic, remote sensing, and geographical information system for marine sustainable management. Our modules are based on project based and case solving on coastal and deep-sea exploration and management, disaster mitigation and climate change efforts, fisheries resource utilization, marine and fishery bioprospecting

Marine Science English Club (Open Registration)

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Weekly Meeting of the Marine Sciences English Club

On February 17, 2024, at 9:00 AM, the Marine Sciences English Club convened in the lecture hall of the Marine Science study program. The weekly gathering commenced with an engaging quiz centered around English tenses, specifically the simple past, present, and future tenses. Designed to stimulate active participation and reinforce learning, the quiz allowed members […]

Second Meeting of the English Club: Enhancing Speaking and Listening Skills Through Interactive Activities

The second meeting of the English Club convened on 10 February 2024 at the Marine Science Study Program, commencing at 9:00 AM. The session began with a round of introductions among club members, designed to facilitate the practice of speaking skills. Each member had the opportunity to share a brief introduction, effectively fostering confidence and […]

HIMAILKA 2024 Committee Holds Working Meeting to Plan Activities

On Thursday, February 8th, in the Marine Science Study Program auditorium, a working meeting of the Himailaka 2024 committee was held. The purpose of this meeting was to organize Himailaka’s work programs and determine the timeline for implementing each program. The meeting commenced with an introductory presentation by the Himailaka chairman, the secretary, the treasurer, […]