Credit Hours: 3 Contact Hours: 4 Prerequisites/Other Requirements:BI 101 and BI 154 or Instructor Consent
English Prerequisites: None
Math Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None Description: A combination of lecture, laboratory and field based experiences introduces the student to the ecology and natural history of the invertebrate and vertebrate animal species of Michigan. On site visits to local aquatic and terrestrial habitats allow the student to study the natural history of Michigan’s animal species through first hand observation and research projects. Students will be introduced to wildlife censusing techniques including observation and capture and release techniques. The cost of food/lodging/transportation will be borne by the student. Offered during summer session.
Course Fee: $5.00
Department Consent: No Consent General Education Distribution Category Met: None