This course requires field or lab “hands-on” data collection and/or analysis or participation in monitoring local flora or fauna or habitat manipulation. Activities may include participating in eco-monitoring projects at designated URG sites or with a local, state, or national conservation-oriented agency or non-governmental organization. Student must maintain a log of activities and complete an exit survey to be conducted by the assigned faculty supervising the practicum. Requires forty (40) hours of field and/or lab effort. Student may repeat this course up to 3 times (for a maximum of 4 credit hours for Wildlife Practicum). Prerequisites: BIO 12104 or permission of instructor and School Chair.
Offered On Demand for 1 Semester hours.