|92-460 Tropical Zoology F(1-6) [0.75]|
The three-week field course provides an opportunity to study the flora and fauna of marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments of the tropics. Based at field stations in Australia or Jamaica, the course includes lectures, field exercises and a student project. An information session is held in late November. Signature of course coordinator is required for course selection. Students are responsible for costs of food, lodging and transportation. Detailed information is available from the Department of Zoology. This course is listed in the Ontario Field Course program. This course must be recorded as part of your Fall course selection and tuition and compulsory fees will be calculated accordingly.
|Prerequisites: Either (17-115, 65-100 and 92-102) or (15-103 and 15-104) and [0.50] credit in Ecology.|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|