This class was tough.
Incredibly interesting course to take while pursuing a Fisheries and Wildlife degree in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Even though it is a very tough entry level class due to the all short answer exams, it is so worth it in the end. The feeling of accomplishment when you do well on exams is like no other.
You cover many topics including marine habitats, organisms and environmental impacts. I really enjoyed going in depth with everything amber taught. Its a good class to take if you are unsure of what you want to do in life and/or are on the fence about a major.
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Advice for students:
you need to study a lot, due to her exams being several (like 3/4 front and back pages) pages long. They're very difficult due to the questions being open in nature, and you don't know exactly what answer shes looking for. otherwise you don't have too much homework, but she doesn't really tell you when you do have homework so look out for that. Not doing the homework can kill you in the long run.