Course ID: 4319

Field Biology addresses the effect of the seasons on the natural world and teaches students about the many components of natural ecosystems utilizing field techniques to monitor and assess their health and status.Plant and animal identification are emphasized as well as chemical, physical, and biological tests of environments.Students experience fieldwork on a regular basis, going outside as often as the weather allows and the topic demands.Research projects involving data collection and analysis of results are a component of this course, thus requiring a competency in math.It is recommended that students have a minimum grade of “C” in previous science courses, a love of the outdoors, and a willingness to go outside during any season.

  • 1 Science Credit
  • Prerequisite(s):

  • Biology
  • Earth Science
  • OR

    Alternative Courses:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry