Upper-level courses are designed for undergraduate and graduate students in biological sciences, education, and natural resources, as well as for biology and general science teachers. One-week courses are held Sunday through Saturday. Five-week courses are held three times per week, either Monday, Wednesday and Friday, or Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. All courses typically meet from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., though many also meet in the evening.
|EEOB 5420||Aquatic Ecosystems – Ecology of Inland Waters June 16 - July 20|
|ENR 5699||Current Topics in Environment and Engineering June 13 - August 1|
|EEOB 3410||Ecology June 16 - July 20|
|EEOB 3310||Evolution June 16 - July 20|
|EEOB 5940||Field Zoology June 16 - July 20|
|EEOB 5930||Ichthyology June 16 - July 20|
|EEOB 5910||Field Herpetology June 9 - June 15|
|EEOB 5210||Spider Biology June 9 - June 15|
|EEOB 4950||Field Ecology July 21 - July 27|
|ENR 5194||Group Studies: Climate and Sustainability *Cancelled* July 28 - August 3|
|EEOB 5970||Larval Fish Identification Workshop July 14|
|EEOB 5950||Algae Identification Workshop August 5 - August 6|
|EEOB 3189||Field Course: Environmental Science on the Flagship "Brig Niagara" May 18 - June 7|
|EDUPAES:||School of Physical Activity and Educational Services|
|EEOB:||Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology|
|ENR:||School of Environment and Natural Resources|
|ENTMLGY:||Department of Entomology|
|EARTHSC:||Department of Earth Sciences|
At the 5000 and 6000 levels, courses normally require at least 12 semester-credit hours of biological sciences. Prerequisites are listed on the web page for each course and on the downloadable PDF course descriptions.
Individual Studies, Thesis Research, or Dissertation Research may be taken in addition to the regular course load.
Download application materials and learn about our application process on the Apply Now page. Spaces may still be available after the application deadline has passed. Interested students should contact the Stone Lab office.