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Ecology & Conservation Courses and Internships in Belize

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Ecology & Conservation Courses and Internships in Belize

The Program for Tropical Ecology & Conservation is offering several courses in Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics during 2014. The PTECS program offers students an opportunity to earn credit while studying throughout Belize. Students spend their days learning with faculty, local professionals, and students. The majority of each day is spent in the field examining wildlife and natural resource ecology and conservation or field methods in a diversity of ecosystems. The courses are open to any undergraduate or graduate student. Specific courses (both graduate and undergraduate credit through the University of Florida) include:

  • Wildlife Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics (3 cr.; 1-9 March 2014)
  • Field Methods in Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics (5 cr.; 10-25 May 2014)
  • Marine Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics (3 cr.; 26 May-2 June 2014)
  • Internships in Ecology and Conservation in the Tropics (Variable cr.; any time)

Information & applications: http://www.wec.ufl.edu/ptecs/.  Enrollment is open and classes are limited to 10 students.

Program Director: Bill Giuliano – docg@ufl.edu – 352-846-0575