SUNY Madagascar Semester
Madagascar - Sponsored by SUNY
The Madagascar Semester through Stony Brook University offers students interested in anthropology, biology, primatology, or ecology an option for field study in biodiverse Ranomafana National Park. During the program, students enroll in four courses: Primate Behavior and Ecology, Ecosystem Diversity and Evolution, Field Methods in Primatology and Field Biology, and an Independent Study.
This program is open to juniors and seniors, though, well qualified sophomores may be considered.
Duration and Application Information:
Offering Duration: Semester
Offering Note: This program is only offered in Fall semester.
Direct admission is not available for this program.
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