Spend Intersession earning credits in Ecuador and the Galapagos

See firsthand the inspiration for Darwin's theories of evolution and learn from experts about flora and fauna that you cannot see in Baltimore! This course, held in Ecuador's Highlands, Amazon Rain Forest, and the Galapagos Islands, is an introduction to Tropical Biology and Evolution. The course will concentrate on the flora and fauna of these special habitats but will also include the history, art, and culture of Ecuador. Students will attend lectures on the JHU campus prior to departure to provide background information on the various topics covered in this course. No previous knowledge of behavioral biology or Spanish is required. The final grade will be based on a field notebook that the student keeps, participation, and a final paper due in February.


Dates: Jan. 5, 6 on campus; Jan. 7-19 in Ecuador
Credits: 3 (N)
All majors welcome
Language of instruction: English


Tuesday, Sept. 20, 5-6 p.m., Mattin 162


Information and applications are available at the Office of Study Abroad (Levering 04B) and on the web.
Application deadline: Oct. 1

JHU Office of Study Abroad
Levering Hall, Suite 04B
3400 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218-2685
410-516-7856 jhuabroad@jhu.edu <jhu.edu/study_abroad>