Biology 242 - Thailand: People, Animals and Plants of Thailand
The hills of Northern Thailand provide a home for many different ethnic peoples, who have for centuries lived in harmony with their environment. These unique cultures are currently threatened with globalization and problems of immigration, restricted land use, crop restrictions, lack of cash crops and productive forests, environmental degradation, water pollution, poor sanitation, and food security. The objective of this course is for students to be involved in a mutual relationship with the hill tribe villagers, in which the students can learn from the villagers as well as continue to work on long-term projects that meet the needs of the village.
Course: BIOL 242
Location: Northern Thailand
Program Director: Linda Swift
Curricular requirement: EL
Length of program: 30 days
Meals: All meals included
Prices of Off-Campus J Term programs are estimates. If there are factors that affect the final cost of a program, such as fluctuations in currency exchange rates or fuel price increases, a fee adjustment will be announced. Should there be a change in a program fee students will have two weeks from notification of that change, or until the last day of classes, (whichever is shorter) to pay.