This Summer Study Dinosauria and Satisfy Your Lab Requirement
April 28, 2014
BIO 198 gives students the opportunity to survey and study the extinct archosaurs with emphasis on the Dinosauria, including five core areas of dinosaur biology: anatomy, physiology, evolution, behavior, and ecology.
This exciting class (and trip) offers students the experience of research ‘in the field’ as they spend one week in central Montana.
Students will learn and employ advanced paleontological techniques to discover, extract, and prepare fossil specimens.
This class has a small course fee of $250; the majority of the trip is subsidized by Summer Sessions.
This course satisfies the General Education Scientific/Quantitative Category A.
June 30-July 4 (MTWThF) - 4:00-7:00 p.m.
July 1: 7:00-10:00 p.m. LAB
July 6-13: Field Trip
July 14-18: 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Register now to take advantage of this amazing opportunity.
Check out the photo gallery to see last year’s trip in action.