ANT 413 - Biological/Cultural Experiences in Anthropology
This intensive summer course offers unique opportunities to learn about the biological, social, and cultural dimensions of tropical forest conservation through direct interaction and complete immersion. The program focuses on two broad themes, each supported via site visits, focus groups, interviews and readings: 1) biological aspects of conservation science, and 2) social and cultural aspects of biodiversity conservation.
Credit Hours: 3 To 6
Additional Restrictions/Requirements: Consent of instructor.
Course Repeatablility: Course may be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 6
Click here for the Fall 2019 Class Schedule.