Registration for this program through the Educational Outreach offices is for a non-credit course. Students will travel to South-Central Alaska for two weeks for this field-based course.
For 12 days, students will work at the remote Alice Cove Research Station located on a fjord in Prince William Sound. The students will conduct research on sea otter behavioral ecology and habitat characterization. Opportunities will exist for learning about other wildlife and for exploring the Copper River Delta.
The course fee will be $2,200, airfare to Anchorage and Cordova not included. The deposit for this program is $500. The remaining balance is due no later than three weeks prior to your departure date.