Dates: September 11, 18, 25 and October 2, 9, 16 and 23.
Cost: Tuition is paid to your university at the current rate. An additional laboratory fee of $150 covers all course materials, including all field trips.
Freshwater Ecology is an upper-level undergraduate course offered to students enrolled in an ACCA school. Offered annually in the fall semester, this class introduces students to freshwater ecology and human-environment interactions with a special focus on the Great Lakes and local waterways. In this class, students will investigate and research the roles that water, animals, plants, and humans play in freshwater ecosystems and explore conservation actions from a local to global scale.