Each summer, Bonne Bay Aquarium & Research Station hosts four or five undergraduate courses run by faculty from Memorial University.
Typical course offerings include:
BIOL 3709:"Marine Principles and Techniques"
Students learn how to sample and investigate marine life and example biotopes from the northern Gulf of St. Lawrence and Bonne Bay.
BIOL 3714: "Estuarine Fish Ecology"
Students learn about the community structure, function and distribution of northern coastal fishes in our fjords and estuaries.
BIOL 4912: "Biology of Marine Mammals"
The waters of Bonne Bay and The Gulf of St. Lawrence are home to many marine mammals. This course covers aspects of adaptations to life in the ocean, behaviour, morphology, sensory systems, evolution, community ecology, and their conservation.