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EEOB 5910: Field Herpetology

Study of the distribution and classification of reptiles and amphibians of Ohio which includes methods of field research, species identification, collection, preservation and conservation

COURSE DETAIL NOT CURRENT

This course is for record only and was offered in 2016. For a current listing please visit our course offerings page.

DETAILS
Dates: June 12 - June 18, 2016
Meets: NMTWRFS
CREDITS AVAILABLE
Undergraduate: 2 hrs
Graduate: 2 hrs
FEES
Room & Meals: $ 168.00
Lab Fee: $ 80.00

Meet Your Instructors

 Kristin Marie Stanford

Education and Outreach Coordinator, Stone Laboratory

 Gregory J. Lipps

Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Coordinator, Ohio Biodiversity Conservation Partnership

Estimated Tuition Costs

UNDERGRADATE
Ohio Resident $ 596.00
Non-Ohio Resident $ 1733.00
GRADUATE
Ohio Resident $ 1491.00
Non-Ohio Resident $ 4047.00
NON-CREDIT FEES
Taken as Workshop $ 370.00
DETAILS
ONE WEEK UPPER LEVEL

Prerequisites

Completion of 12 semester-credit hours of biological sciences, at least junior standing by summer of enrollment, and GPA minimum of 2.5. Not open to students with credit for 622.

Description

Study of the distribution and classification of reptiles and amphibians of Ohio which includes methods of field research, species identification, collection, preservation and conservation. Course held at Old Woman Creek (OWC), Huron, Ohio, and at Stone Laboratory. Special room and meals fee while at Lab. At OWC lodging is free but additional meal costs are student’s responsibility.

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