Montana State University
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Antarctica: Ecology and Politics in the Frozen South

2013: December

Location:  

Antarctica

 

Language:

English

Eligibility: Both MSU and non-MSU students

                

Level:  Undergraduate

Prerequisites: 2.5 GPA and Interview

Credits:  3 credits

 

Application Deadline:  Applications due November 12, 2012

Tentative Timeline / Program Dates:  Click here for deadlines/timeline

 

Application Materials and Forms: Click here to access forms and information

 

Funding Sources: Follow this link to find sources to help finance your study abroad trip

Academic Program
Dr. David McWethy from Earth Sciences at MSU leads this program to Antarctica.  Visit penguin, seal and seabird colonies, camp overnight on the Antarctic Peninsula. Learn first-hand how scientists are studying the impacts of climate change and ecotourism on the incredible diversity of life in Antarctica. Hear from experts about the rich history of international activity on the Peninsula and evolution of the Antarctic Treaty (no country owns Antarctica). This program to Antarctica will take place during the Antarctic summer when temperatures are not as cold as you would think (avg. temp. above 32 F).

 

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Additional Information
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