Study Abroad and Study-in-America Courses
The Biology Department offers a wide variety of Study Abroad and Study-in-America courses.
Study Abroad and Study-in-America courses allow students to engage in and experience an educational setting uniquely different from being in a classroom. Along with their instructor, students travel to far-off places, either internationally or here in the USA, and get course credit!
Most SA and SIA courses occur in the summer and last between 4 and 7 weeks. The majority of this time is spent off-campus at the course destination.
Note that being enrolled in an SA or SIA course is different from being an exchange student. The latter typically involves an entire semester or year spent in another country and enrolled in a university in that country.
Current course offerings (more to come, check back soon!)
|Ecology and Conservation Abroad||South Africa||BIO 4351/5351 P/Q||Dr. Sarah Frittsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Biology in Ireland||Ireland||BIO 4327/5327 and 4328/5328||Dr. Kristy Danielemail@example.com|
|Recreation, Conservation, and Wildlife in National Parks||Greater Yellowstone Area (WY, MT, ID)||BIO 4304/5304 or 4324/5324||link||Dr. Ivan Castro-Arellanofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Study Abroad in Costa Rica||Costa Rica||BIO 4319 or 4338||Dr. Noland Martinemail@example.com|
*Interested students are strongly encouraged to contact the instructor to get more information on dates, cost, instructor expectations, and travel schedule.