FLORIDA KEYS, ST. AUGUSTINE AND JEKYLL ISLAND, GA (TENTATIVE)

DESTINATION: Florida Keys, St. Augustine and Jekyll Island, GA
DESIGNATION: Domestic Travel
PROGRAM FEE: $1,394
TRAVEL DATES: 3/1 – 3/9
TERM: Spring Semester

 

COURSES OFFERED:

COURSE NO.: BIO/SPA 399
COURSE TITLE: History and Wildlife of Spanish Florida
SEMESTER HOURS: 3
TUITION: Spring Semester
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Jennifer Borgo and Dr. Mac Williams

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed as an introduction to the ecology of Spanish Florida. Spanish Florida was a colony of Spain and Great Britain that occupied all of the modern state of Florida, as well as parts of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and
Louisiana. While the course will emphasize identification and natural history of birds, mammals, and reptiles, we will also explore the varied natural communities, as well as anthropogenic impacts on these communities over history. Understanding the history of the place will allow us to know how and why the current environment successes and challenges exist as they do.  Permission of Instructor.