ECOLOGY & GEOLOGY OF YELLOWSTONE NATL. PARK & UPPER GREAT PLAINS (GL)
2014 Summer Term
Biological Sciences 250
An interdisciplinary introduction to field methods, geology, ecology and natural history. Involves on-line work with additional lectures and labs at Yellowstone National Park and locations en route. Additional course fees apply. Students with disabilities may be accomodated. Biology or Geology/Geography majors take Bio/Geo 451 or see Department Chair. Summers only.
Other Requirements: COREQ: MATH 140 OR MATH 141
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
4 Units [GL]
|06/16 - 07/25 (6W2)||
|This is a General Laboratory (GL) course offered for all students. The course consists of three parts: 1) a one week online pre-travel section held in early July and 2) a two week faculty-led travel study section tentatively scheduled to Yellowstone National Park for Monday, July 14 ' Sunday, July 27, 2014 and 3) one week of online course work after travel. Students with disabilities may be accommodated. Biology majors/minors and Geology/Geography majors/minors should take BIO/GEO 451. Contact Kari Borne (firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-472-1003) for an application or Professor Clokey (email@example.com or 262-472-5140) for academic requirements. Travel study registration is not available via WINS registration. Travel study participants may not add or drop a travel study course via WINS once it has been added to their academic schedule. Go to http://www.uww.edu/conteduc/travel/index.htm for more information on due dates, itinerary, and course fees.|