Students interested in participating in an ESF International Program must submit the International Program General Application (PDF) to the course program leader (contact information appears below with course descriptions).
Upon acceptance into the program (prior to departure), students must submit a completed set of SUNY-ESF International Academic Program Student Forms (PDF) with a copy of their passport, visa (if applicable), health insurance, and flight information (if the program does not include a group flight).
SUNY-ESF offers several faculty-led, short-term international academic courses throughout the academic year. Since the courses are offered by ESF, students enroll in the course directly with the college and credits and grades earned appear on students’ transcripts.
ERE 425 / 625 Ecosystem Restoration Design (Mexico)
After completing this course, students will understand and be able to use ecology and engineering for ecosystem restoration in a variety of contexts. Students will able to choose among and use ecosystem restoration strategies that are appropriate for a given environmental and socioeconomic situations. Students will be able to explain and discuss the potential role of ecosystem restoration in global society and be able to draw from numerous disciplines to enhance your ecosystem restoration designs.
The dates of travel are August 3 - 16, 2013.