BIO 281 - Topic: Conservation Biology (Mexico) FEE1
Conservation biology of threatened coastal and marine animals in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
This course is designed for students in biology and environmental studies majors interested in learning about the coastal ecology of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. In this course, students will be introduced to ecological principles on the population, community and ecosystem levels. We also will explore wildlife management issues, assess human impacts on wildlife, and investigate ways that wildlife and people live together. Same course as ENV 261.
Prerequisites: Instructor permission, BIO 141 and 142, or ENV 201.
A non-refundable deposit of 10% of the course cost, or a minimum of $150 will be due on Monday, April 10th and must be paid using the online system.
A GPA of at least 2.0 and good disciplinary and financial standing are required at the time of registration and one month prior to the beginning of the course. Details of this policy are available in the catalogue.