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BIO-4910

An opportunity to participate in an internship experience involving research projects with field biologists, ecologists, environmental health scientists, or environmental educators depending upon the student's vocational preference. Involves department faculty or faculty in conjunction with local or state agencies or private institutions. Provides practical experience in field biology and ecology techniques related to habitat characterization, monitoring, management, and restoration. Prerequisites: BIO-1120 Zoology and Population Dynamics; BIO-2130 General Botany and Ecology; BIO-2800 Introduction to Research Methods; and permission of instructor.

Fees:
$25
Credits:
3.0/4.0
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
Science and Mathematics [SM]
Subject:
Biology [BIO]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2013S4, 2011FA, 2003SP

The specified course is not being offered during the currently active term(s).