Practicum Details
Practicum Details
Practicum Details
 
 
Then and Now
Then and Now
Then and Now
 
 
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Student Life
Student Life
Student Life


 
Destination: Iron River, Michigan
 
Earn Credits!
All Majors!
Practical Field Experience
Forestry
Aquatic Sciences
Wildlife
Forestry students have been retreating to the woods for over 70 summers, gaining first-hand knowledge no classroom lecture can match. And while many schools are scaling back their summer camp programs, Purdue has expanded the program to include students majoring in fisheries and aquatic sciences and wildlife.

This practicum is field instruction and practice during the summer following the sophomore year. All students focus on land measurement and surveying, inventory of forest, wildlife, aquatic resources and integrated resource management. Followed by specific modules in fisheries, foresty and wildlife management. Students pay university tuition plus a fee for living facilities and subsistence.

Summer Practicum History

Here you will find more about Summer Practicum's history, traditions, and background along with viewing original summer practicum photo albums from as far back as 1929!

Forestry and Natural Resources, 715 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2061 USA, (765) 494-3590

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