When you embark on your graduate career at the CMU Biological Station, you can plan on one-on-one faculty interaction.
- Graduate level field-based coursework
- Small class size and interaction with faculty
- Classes take place in the state-of-the-art James C. Gillingham Academic Center
- Graduate research opportunities available
- Scholarships are available for graduate courses and research
Courses for Graduate Students
All courses are tentative until finalized by the Registrar.
Summer Session 2 – June 29 through July 17, 2015
Animal Behavior – BIO 518Z
Behavior in invertebrate and vertebrate organisms related to genetics, morphology and the ecology of animal populations on Beaver Island.
- Prerequisites: BIO 218 or graduate standing
Biostatistics – BIO 500Z
Basic concepts in statistical analysis of experimental data that is typical in biological research. Statistical computer program use included. Collection and analysis of data from the Beaver Island ecosystem expected.
- Prerequisites: Graduate standing or 12 hours of biology
- Recommended: MTH 130
Summer Session 2 – June 29 through July 10, 2015
Aquatic Insects – BIO 511Z
The natural history and systematics of freshwater insects.
- Prerequisites: BIO 218 or graduate standing or instructor permission
Summer Session 2 – July 27 through July 31, 2015
Vascular Aquatic Plants – BIO 597Z1
Survey of the hydrophytic (aquatic) summer ferns and flowering plants of northern Michigan with particular reference to the local flora.
Summer Session 2 - July 27 through August 14, 2015
Advanced Freshwater Biology - BIO 597z2
Advanced coverage of the ecology of freshwater systems with an emphasis on the natural history, identification, and collection of freshwater organisms.
- Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission from instructor.
Registration for CMUBS courses through
CentralLink begins February 23, 2015. Once you are registered, you will be sent housing information.
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