Dr. Janosik teaches the following courses:
Biology of Coral Reefs
The Biology of Coral Reefs is a semester long course that highlights the organization, structure, productivity, and biological diversity of coral reef ecosystems. This course travels to the Florida Keys.
Tropical Marine Ecology
Tropical Marine Ecology is an upper level elective that addresses taxonomy, biology and ecology of tropical marine habitats. This is a summer class that spends a week at Forfar Field Station on Andros Island in the Bahamas, immersed in tropical marine ecosystems.
Marine Mammology is an upper level elective course that provides a broad coverage of functional morphology, physiological adaptations, sensory energetics, reproduction, acoustics, behavior, distribution and feeding of marine mammals.
Concepts of Oceanography & Marine Biology
This course is a 3000 marine biology elective that examines of the principle ecosystems of the world's oceans, focusing on ocean literacy: awareness and understanding of the fundamental concepts about the history, contents, and utilization of the ocean.
Introduction to Oceanography & Marine Biology
Intro is a non-biology majors course that serves as introduction to biology, providing emphasis on marine animals, ecology, and environmental issues.
Fundamentals of Ecology
Fundamentals is a non-biology majors course that provides a general overview of ecological principles and how those principles influence the world around us.