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Study Abroad in South Africa

AFR 300:  Conservation and Management of African Mammals.

AFR 501 G:  graduate level course pending

May Interim 2019–Applications are due on or before Oct. 15, 2018

Information session: Sunday, Oct. 7, 3-4 pm in MG 2007

 You are invited to email me (sfore@truman.edu) for more information.

Open to all majors, no prerequisites.  Application required.

 

This 3 credit hour course is aimed at individuals passionate about wildlife who wish to become a part of conservation in action. Wildlife management has become an accepted and necessary part of wildlife conservation. Successful management includes monitoring and moving animals to reestablish the checks and balances of nature in managed systems. This type of work requires specialized training and experience which the students will receive through this wildlife capture course.

You can access the syllabus here

You can access a brochure here

Please note…I am currently working on approval of the graduate level option.  Because graduate credit hours are slightly more expensive, the graduate level course will be about $175 more than that indicated in the brochure.

You can access an the undergraduate application here

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