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BIO 310: Field Biology

Catalog Description: BIO 310 - FIELD BIOLOGY
(M) Examination of biological diversity and ecology in terrestrial and aquatic communities of New York. The course is taught during August at Cortland’s Outdoor Education Center in Adirondack State Park. Daily and evening classes include field trips, laboratories, and lectures. Students are assessed a fee for room and board. Required of biology majors in programs for adolescence science certification and environmental science concentration. Prerequisites: BIO 110-111 or BIO 201-202. Fulfills: LASR. (3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code M = offered in summer
Additional frequency code descriptions can be found in the Terminology Guide 

Additional Information:  This course is frequently taught by Dr. Broyles and Dr. Klotz.Dr. KlotzDr. Broyles