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Nature's classroom

Field studies are a rewarding experience in the academic process and an essential complement to the classroom.

Priority Points : The list of individuals currently having priority points according to the university's collective agreement with the McGill Course Lecturers' and Instructors' Union.

Biodiversity Science

BIO860M — 3 Credit(s)

Biology (Sci): Concepts, methods and questions related to the different aspects of biodiversity science, including discovering biodiversity; biodiversity change and ecosystem services; management and adaptation to biodiversity changes.

Limnology

BIOL 432 — 3 Credit(s)

Biology (Sci): Introduction to lake communities and the physical and chemical properties of their environment.

Physical Geography

GEOG 495 — 3 Credit(s)

Geography (Sci): Field research projects in physical geography.

Ecology and Behaviour

BIOL 331 — 3 Credit(s)

Biology (Sci): Field course in methods of sampling natural populations.Testing hypotheses in nature.

Monteregian Flora

BIOL 240 — 3 Credit(s)

Biology (Sci): Field studies of ferns, fern allies, conifers, and flowering plants; the use of keys for plant identification.

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