Course description

Discover how veterinarians are helping to combat the global biodiversity crisis and through lectures, labs, field trips, films, and guest speakers explore such topics as conservation medicine, biological principles, field study techniques, and wildlife management. This program will introduce you to conservation practices, veterinary medicine, and biological principles as they relate to the health of our planet.

Highly recommended to have a strong background in Honors/AP Biology.

No upcoming classes were found.

Previously offered classes

Summer 2022: Online course

Section ID:VETCS 1200 002-LEC
Number:1623
Session:Summer 3-week 3
Class dates:July 11-29, 2022
Time / room:M-F 9 AM - 12 PM / Online
Mode of instruction:Online learning
Credit:3
Related:VETCS 1200 402-LAB
Eligibility:

Juniors & Seniors

See Eligibility for Summer/Winter Courses

To enroll:

The application deadline for this program has passed. No further applications for this course will be accepted.

See Apply for Online Courses.

See Dates & Deadlines.

See Online Learning FAQs.

This course is open to all registrants, including undergraduates and precollege students.

Summer 2022: Online course

Section ID:VETCS 1200 402-LAB
Number:1624
Session:Summer 3-week 3
Class dates:July 11-29, 2022
Final exam/project due:TBA (see Final exams)
Time / room:MTWR 1 PM - 3 PM / Online
Mode of instruction:Online learning
Credit:0
Grade:Graded only
Instructor:Radcliffe, R. (rwr32)
Max. enroll:45
Related:You will be auto-enrolled in VETCS 1200 002-LEC
Eligibility:

Juniors & Seniors

See Eligibility for Summer/Winter Courses

To enroll:

The application deadline for this program has passed. No further applications for this course will be accepted.

See Apply for Online Courses.

See Dates & Deadlines.

See Online Learning FAQs.

This course is open to all registrants, including undergraduates and precollege students.

Student experiences

"This program confirmed for me that I want to go into veterinary science. Lab activities ranged from handling snakes to watching bee dances to practicing with a blow dart. Dr. Radcliffe and Dr. Schultz were extremely approachable."
"The material covered in lectures was enriched by labs and field trips, which included practical experience with telemetry and darting equipment and visits to the Dyce Bee Lab and the Lab of Ornithology."