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Re: Herp programs in Michigan


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Posted by Glenn on April 11, 2002 at 17:22:41:

In Reply to: Herp programs in Michigan posted by Scott Rieman on April 08, 2002 at 10:39:27:

Scott: No school offers specific degrees in herpetology. You'll have to major in biology and just do work with herps. I'm in the PhD program at U of Michigan and I do my research as part of the Division of Reptiles and Amphibians here. Try to look for a school associated with a natural history museum. Good places to check out are: U of M, Mich State, U Kansas, U Texas, U Berkeley, Harvard, Cornell, Columbia. Keep in mind that as an undergrad there will be very few courses in "herps." The way to go is to do reserach related to either reptiles or amphibians. I hope that helps.


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