Courses

Student holding up a bryozoan.The following UIS courses either focus on the Emiquon Preserve or make use of the TFSE, and have been offered at least once for credit.

  • BIO 111. Emiquon Stories.
  • BIO 333. 10,000 Years at Emiquon.
  • BIO/ENS. 444 Aquatic Ecology.
  • BIO 445. Biology of Water Pollution.
  • BIO 446. Restoration Ecology.
  • COM 462. Writing for Public Relations.
  • BIO 561. Advanced Microbiology – Microbial Ecology.